Nov. 15, 2023, 2:11 p.m. | /u/Equal-Swordfish3662


As a large company with over 15,000 users, I am tasked with implementing restrictions on USB access for employees. Our goal is to enhance security by preventing the introduction of malware through random USB devices. Instead of whitelisting individual removable storage devices by serial numbers, which would be a labor-intensive process, we are considering restricting all USBs to specific model and vendor IDs.

This approach aims to reduce the potential attack surface, focusing on the specific models of USB devices …

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