Little Inexpensive Devices Can Remove Sensitive Data

 

Who has access to your offices? I am sure you are familiar with those little USB drives that are almost flat, to be undetectable when installed.  Well, these under $20 devices can be connected in computers quickly and are so unobtrusive that most users will not even know they are there. They are known as keyloggers and are used to detect all the keystrokes required to access equipment so they can access/steal data at a later date. Implementing strict access control can help prevent unwanted persons from having the ability to install these devices. This week the DOJ has charged a New Jersey man of removing sensitive intellectual property from two companies using this method.

Who has access to your offices? I am sure you are familiar with those little USB drives that are almost flat, to be undetectable when installed.  Well, these under $20 devices can be connected in computers quickly and are so unobtrusive that most users will not even know they are there. They are known as keyloggers and are used to detect all the keystrokes required to access equipment so they can access/steal data at a later date. Implementing strict access control can help prevent unwanted persons from having the ability to install these devices. This week the DOJ has charged a New Jersey man of removing sensitive intellectual property from two companies using this method.

Who has access to your offices? I am sure you are familiar with those little USB drives that are almost flat, to be undetectable when installed.  Well, these under $20 devices can be connected in computers quickly and are so unobtrusive that most users will not even know they are there. They are known as keyloggers and are used to detect all the keystrokes required to access equipment so they can access/steal data at a later date. Implementing strict access control can help prevent unwanted persons from having the ability to install these devices. This week the DOJ has charged a New Jersey man of removing sensitive intellectual property from two companies using this method.

Who has access to your offices? I am sure you are familiar with those little USB drives that are almost flat, to be undetectable when installed.  Well, these under $20 devices can be connected in computers quickly and are so unobtrusive that most users will not even know they are there. They are known as keyloggers and are used to detect all the keystrokes required to access equipment so they can access/steal data at a later date. Implementing strict access control can help prevent unwanted persons from having the ability to install these devices. This week the DOJ has charged a New Jersey man of removing sensitive intellectual property from two companies using this method.

 

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