Thursday, June 16, 2005

Fraudsters use iPods to steal company information

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Anti-fraud experts warned yesterday that the machines, along with other music players, that boast hard drives with up to 20Gbytes of memory, could become widely used by employees to fool security officials and breach data security rules.

In one case a recruitment agency found much of its client database had been copied to an iPods's memory and used to defraud the firm.

Guardian: Fraudsters use iPods to steal company information

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