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RE: Laptop security
From: "Anzaldo, Oscar" <Oscar.Anzaldo () xerox com>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 17:09:27 -0600

Besides best practices suh as Keningston Cable security lock, disk
parity encryption, admin user renamed, a very effective way to prevent
robbery, is to assign the laptop with a legal document signed by the
user making them responsible for the asset, if the user get stole or
"lost" their laptop then they should pay for the value of the laptop.
Being aware does not make a user responsible but does when you charge
back them for the price.

Cheers

Oscar





On 19-Feb-07, at 10:39 PM, Badhrinath S wrote:

Hello all,

 Apart from data encryption, insurance and user awareness can anyone 
let me know other risk mitigation policies against laptop theft ?

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Thanks
Badhri




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