The rule I use is "strictly separate the electrical connection from the mechanical connection." This was the intent behind screw binders on serial ports and many video ports. But USB was designed for connection convenience not security. So for USB on and around scopes, I lash or tape or velcro or tie down every single cable at a few inches from each end--without exception--to something that moves strictly with the USB socket. Yes this makes from some weird-looking kit, but my USB disconnect failures have gone to zero.

By the way, be careful about binding cables *to each other*. Even cables that are quite flexible separately can become overly rigid when bundled together. If bundling for neatness, double-check the flexibility of the bundle together through its entire range of motion.