MacVoices #757 – Jim Hereford of NextSentry on the iPod Threat to Enterprise Security

Jim HerefordDoes the iPod really represent a threat to enterprise market security? Jim Hereford, the CEO of NextSentry thinks so. But it isn’t just the iPod. Jim explains how a variety of mass storage devices, including pen drives, CDs, DVDs, iPods and even digital cameras can pose an unrecognized opportunity for data security breaches. Jim’s company offers ActiveSentry, a solution to the problem, monitoring data transfer, printing, emailing and more to prevent your company’s sensitive data from escaping your grasp. Think that the risk is overblown? Jim provides a real-world example that happens all the time.

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