To sheep dip your USB devices means to scan them for malware before introducing them into a secure network. USB sheep-dipping is important for secure environments.
Taiwanese police accidentally gave out USB drives containing malware as prizes for a security quiz, but the problem of infected USBs extends much further.
My colleagues and I were onsite for the first NRC Milestone 8 inspections. We took away some key observations relating to deployments of Metadefender Kiosk.
In July, I presented a new feature for Metadefender Kiosk and Client: digital signing and verification. If you missed the webinar, read a recap here.
OPSWAT announced the release of a new Metadefender Client feature that protects endpoints by blocking USB drives until they've been scanned by Metadefender.
USB drives pose security risks, but are also important for company efficiency. Learn about the three elements of USB security so that USB drives can be used without compromising corporate security.