Look around your office. How many of your colleagues have iPods and thumb drives tucked into their briefcases? How many employees are routinely using Blackberries, iPhones and other “smart” handheld devices? Mobile phones have become hand‐held Wi‐Fi computers; and portable devices now have disk storage capacities that can go over 100 GB. As each of these innocuous items comes into contact with your network, it becomes an endpoint, a new point of vulnerability.
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