Sticking up for security

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Sony’s new memory sticks have riled the business world into banning them from use, Louise Murray asks why?

There is a new and convenient addition to the portable devices market. It fits in your pocket, holds a huge two gigabytes of data and can be instantly accessed from machines with USB ports. The problem? It poses an increasing security threat. In fact, USB flash drives or "memory sticks," (a Sony ...

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