Should Apple secure its iPods?

Tuesday, 17 April 2007, 12:06 AM EST

Apple didn’t return multiple inquiries asking about its stance on iPod security, but plenty of others are talking about what the company should or should not do to prevent its widely popular music player from being used as a data-transfer device for stealing sensitive corporate information. While this unintended use of the iPod is not exclusive to Apple’s device – employees with malicious intent could steal data using any MP3 player, or any removable media for that matter – Apple has sold more than 100 million iPods, making it the obvious choice.

At NetworkWorld.

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