25% of malware infects by USB drives

Have a USB drive keeping your documents safe and backed up? Keep a small USB key with family photos that you can plug in anywhere and show friends? Well, think twice about using it as a new report from Pandalabs suggests that up to 25% of malware use portable drives to deliver its payload. 

Can you protect yourself from your own USB drive? Is there a way to block employees from using USB keys on company computers and possibly infect the entire network? At Renascence IT Consulting, Inc. we are aware of the different malware programs, and ways to remove them from your system. We also know how to secure your network as much as you need for the price you can afford. 

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