Self-guarding storage

Executable code and supporting data that doesn’t change often, along with software and data that has an operational impact when inadvertently or maliciously altered, should be stored on media that is read-only or volatile (reverts to a known stable image on reboot).

via Self-guarding storage for ultimate server security |Ahead of the Curve | Tom Yager | InfoWorld .

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