(also fixed data)
Static data refers to data that does not change frequently or remains constant over time. It acts as a reference or a guideline for other data and usually doesn’t request updates or alterations frequently. Examples of static data are product descriptions, corporate addresses, phone numbers, predefined values, or mathematical constants in programming languages. Users can quickly access the static data because the system stores it in the software memory or database. It doesn’t change, eliminating the need for repetitive database searches or other tasks requiring more time. Unfortunately, hackers often misuse static data because it typically remains constant and doesn’t request updates. Therefore, static data must receive top-notch security.
See also: low latency, static IP
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