[LINK] Microsoft slams local data centre edict
jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Sun Nov 27 13:08:26 AEDT 2011
At 12:08 PM 27/11/2011, Philip Argy wrote:
>mechanism can be as strong as you wish - 5,000+ bit keys if you're so
>inclined! What's important is where access control is - not where the
It's an interesting strategy that would need to be tested in court. I
can see an additional level of liability: break the encryption, the
asserting security agent would be liable under Australian law. Steal
the encrypted data from the storage point, wouldn't the local storage
It's an interesting way to share the risk, but not very consumer
friendly, still, should things fall over badly.
Why complicate matters by off-shoring the data? Aren't we up to it?
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