- Use an electronic password key such as RSA. This kind of enterprise level encryption will ensure that a thief can’t access stolen information simply be entering a user’s password. The password in this case is determined via RSA. Tough, but not invulnerable.
- Format notebook hard drives at the end of every working day. Labor intensive, costly, and impractical if the notebook is stolen before it can be re-imaged. However, it does eliminate the risk of employees storing information locally on a notebook long-term.
- Provide all employees with USB memory keys. Practical in the sense that no information is stored locally on the notebook, but dangerous in the sense that USB keys are easily lost or stolen.
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