Traditionally, the common entry point into a corporate network was the desktop, where information was only accessible in controlled environments, and where only select IT administrators had the capabilities to log on to server consoles. Technology advances, such as the Internet, wireless technology, laptops and removable devices, have enabled the "home office" and instant access to and transport of information, where gigabytes of data can be stored on devices the size of a thumb. From iPods to digital cameras, today's portable storage media is getting smaller in size and larger in storage capacity. While these devices can help increase productivity by enabling employees to access relevant corporate data anytime, anywhere, they also pose serious enterprise security threats. The two biggest risks these devices present are data leakage and the potential for the introduction of malware. In this Podcast with leading security industry analyst Natalie Lambert, listeners will learn the ways in which these devices can infiltrate the enterprise, how serious data leakage and malware threats really are and what organizations can do to reduce and eliminate these threats.

Traditionally, the common entry point into a corporate network was the desktop, where information was only accessible in controlled environments, and where only select IT administrators had the capabilities to log on to server consoles. Technology advances, such as the Internet, wireless technology, laptops and removable devices, have enabled the "... Show more

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