RAID 60 is a type of nested RAID level that combines the block-level stripping feature of RAID level 0 with the dual parity of RAID level 6. It has the same multi-level disk set as of RAID 6, but supports more drives. RAID 60 is also known as RAID 6+0 and dual drive failure protection.
Hardening refers to providing various means of protection in a computer system. Protection is provided in various layers and is often referred to as defense in depth. Protecting in layers means to protect at the host level, the application level, the operating system level, the user level, the physical level and all the sublevels in between. Each level requires a unique method of security. A hardened computer system is a more secure computer system.
Hardening’s goal is to eliminate as many risks and threats to a computer system as necessary. Hardening activities for a computer system can include:
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