- For employees who need a USB drive, look into drives with built-in encryption.
- Disable USB ports and take administrative privileges away from the user.
- Make acceptable-use policies general enough to include emerging technologies. They should focus on the unacceptable behaviors rather than the kind of device that is used.
- Ensure that your security team members track new portable storage devices so that they can recognize unapproved devices.
- Educate employees about what devices are forbidden and why.
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