Security+ Objective 1.2 Explain the security risks pertaining to system hardware and peripherals – Network attached storage

Network attached storage is essentially a device that is built for data storage and plugs directly into the network instead of plugging into a computer.  Although it is included in the list of things to know, there is nothing that pertains to network attached storage that isn’t covered in other sections.  Treat any question that mentions it just like any other data/storage question.

Easy peasy!!  Next topic will be longer, I promise.

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