iPods and USB Drives : The biggest security threats to computers?

A storage device can be a potentially dangerous transmission vector for computers. Viruses, Trojans and other nasty pieces of code are set to use solid state drives to access computers and commit their silent crimes. And most people wouldn't think of getting antivirus protection for their iPod or for their mobile phones. In the following whitepaper, Nigel Stanley writes about the potential threats of having to deal with stealth dangers that can be easily introduced within the 'safe' perimeter of a company by an employee.

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