Tiny storage could mean big security headaches

Tuesday, 23 November 2004, 8:15 AM EST

Well, security officers across the world can get a little less sleep now: PQI has released the latest iteration of its I-Stick product line, a flash drive that provides a whole gigabyte of USB storage in a form factor that's just a little bit bigger than two pennies sitting side by side. And it works at USB 2.0 file transfer rates.

It's geeky, fun and scary all in one package. Boot that baby up with the operating system of your choice, bring highly useful tools wherever you go, keep your power points safe from hard drive crashes, and rip off customer data!

By Jonathan Feldman at Storage Pipeline.

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