Homeland Security’s drop test supports BlockMaster’s in-house study

Homeland Security’s drop test supports BlockMaster’s in-house study

Posted by: on Aug 17, 2011 | No Comments

Not long ago, back in December of 2010, we here at BlockMaster did some research that proved organizations to be at great risk of being affected by unsolicited viruses and malware.

RMF and flash drives made for each other, but what about security?

RMF and flash drives made for each other, but what about security?

Posted by: on Aug 16, 2011 | No Comments

There is little doubting the fact that digital media plays a much greater role in business communications than it did, say, three or four years ago.

How to Rely on USB Drives Without the Risk of Misuse

How to Rely on USB Drives Without the Risk of Misuse

Posted by: on Jun 28, 2011 | No Comments

Last week, Anders wrote about the survey conducted on the heels of the T-Mobile breach.  It has produced some interesting insight into the way in which people think of USB drives.

Top 5 USB Flash Drive Hidden Security Risks

Top 5 USB Flash Drive Hidden Security Risks

Posted by: on May 30, 2009 | No Comments

USB flash drives are by a land slide the most popular means of making data portable. Well over 150 000 000 USB drives where sold last year according to Gartner.

Unprotected Enterprise USB is the Number One Threat

Unprotected Enterprise USB is the Number One Threat

Posted by: on Feb 11, 2009 | No Comments

Eweek has listed the top ten ways employees pose a risk to organizational security. At number one is the proliferation of unmanaged use of unprotected USB flash drive.