Three Ways to Prevent USB Insecurity in Your Enterprise
sponsored by Lumension

USB flash drives and other portable devices are valuable tools in the typical government staffer’s virtual toolkit. These handy devices allow workers to efficiently accomplish their duties and carry out their tasks for the public good. But left unchecked, the use of portable devices can also potentially infect public systems with malware, inadvertently expose classified information and/or citizens’ personally identifiable information (PII), and otherwise breach the public’s trust.

Read this paper to learn how to enable the use of these productivity tools, while mitigating the risk.

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