Memory sticks, iPods raise security concerns

05/8/2006 | InformationWeek

With most companies taking no security precautions to protect data on removable media devices like memory sticks and iPods, some security vendors are developing measures to help companies better secure their data. Security measures being introduced include system-access privileges, data encryption and linking specific media devices to individual end-users.

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