Set clear boundaries for USB storage

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More security advice from an industry analyst doesn't usually rouse much interest. Then why such a stir after the recent Gartner Group report on threats from portable storage media?

The analyst, Ruggero Contu, simply pointed out that most Windows networks are wide open to unauthorized uploading and downloading activity through the USB port using consumer devices such as cameras and MP3 players with built-in or removable memory. Perhaps it was mention of banning Ipods from ...

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