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Top Five Considerations for Removable Media Security

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The exponential growth in the storage capacity of removable media has brought with it an equally explosive growth in the quantities of data being stored and transported on these devices. Easy access to massive, portable storage has brought immense opportunities for improving workforce productivity. However, this growth has also brought with it an unacceptably high level of risk associated with critical data breaches.

This short guide will provide advice on five key considerations when planning removable media security - to reduce the risk of a breach, to eliminate unnecessary workload for your IT security team, and to help ensure the minimum impact to your business end-users. Considerations covered include integration with broader encryption management, ease of key management, and policy flexibility.