iSCSI Security Implications

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Q: Which of the following are security implications of using iSCSI? (Choose all that apply)


a. Data on an iSCSI network is not encrypted so other encryption methods like IPSec must be implemented.

b. Storage area networks are generally small and therefore easily stolen so they should be kept in a secure location to prevent theft.

c. Because iSCSI uses the same protocol as the rest of the network, it relies on network segmentation to prevent users from directly accessing the storage network.

d. Storage data and regular network traffic pass over the exact same channel so an attacker could perform a denial of service attack to impact bandwidth.

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