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Laptop full disk encryption: debunking the myths

Posted on June 21, 2010 in Articles | by

Full disk encryption (FDE) is widely used to control the risk of users travelling with (and losing) portable computers containing sensitive information. After a series of incidents in the early part of this century made headlines, including the theft of a Department of Veterans Affairs laptop that compromised the information of 26.5 million vets, most organizations turned to mandatory FDE policies for all mobile computers.

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Published in SearchMidmarketSecurity on 06/21/10

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