New malware users carry in their pockets

You’ve trained users to be careful about clicking suspicious URLs and downloading e-mail attachments from unknown senders. But those aren’t the only ways malware can get on to your network.
In 2008, the computer networks at the U.S. Department of Defense were compromised, allowing data to be stolen by foreign operatives.
The breach has recently been declassified, and officials have announced its cause: an infected USB drive.
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