British Library to secure its digital treasures
Source: ComputerWeekly.co.uk - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security The British Library is adopting a new data security system that will enable it to safely store web publishing content. The library has selected nCipher to protect the integrity of its National Digital Library. This library will contain everything from digitised versions of centuries-old manuscripts to digital journals and web archives, and is expected to amass up to 300 terabytes of content over the next five years. NCipher’s DSE200 document sealing engine has been deployed to time-stamp and digitally sign every item stored in the library. This will ensure that electronic documents and other materials are authentic and that they have not been modified from the original.

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