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Olympus Stylus Tough camera carries malware infection

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Students’ personal data exposed after USB drive stolen

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IBM distributes USB malware cocktail at AusCERT security conference

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Bad Bunny! Energizer USB battery charger blamed for backdoor

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Conficker virus outbreak at Greater Manchester Police

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Flash drive manufacturers warn: Hackers can decrypt ‘secure’ USB sticks

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UK councils must take action after data leaks

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Microsoft improves AutoPlay to combat USB malware

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Stop staff plugging their body parts into your PCs

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Medical data on over 6000 prisoners lost on USB stick

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Vulnerable children put at risk after memory stick lost

A newspaper in South Wales is reporting that an employee of Neath Port Talbot council has lost a memory stick containing confidential information about vulnerable children.

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Danger! UXB details lost on USB

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Lost memory stick contained confidential patient records

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Police force raids house in search of lost memory stick

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Troop secrets on lost USB stick found on nightclub floor

In July I blogged about how the British Ministry of Defence has lost over 120 USB flash drives since 2004. A tabloid newspaper has now revealed the latest careless incident involving a USB stick, in this case the portable drive outlined a military training exercise for 70 soldiers.

Details of locations, travel and accommodation for the troops from the 3rd Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, were included on the device which was found on the floor of a nightclub in Newquay, Cornwall. A clubber found the memory stick and passed it on to the national press.


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Computer worm strikes International Space Station

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