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Re: Laptop Encryption Software
From: "Sadler, Connie" <Connie_Sadler () BROWN EDU>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 11:13:55 -0500

We're using Cyberangel and really like it. It has "lojack" capability
(company claims 80% recovery rate), and an encrypted partition on the
drive. Easy to use.

We have been trying to find something comparable for the Mac, but while
there are options out there, no one has been able to quote anywhere near
a comparable price for us (comparable to Cyberangel). I should also add
that Cyberangel has EXCELLENT support. They support end users and have
7x24 support, so there has been very little impact to our Help Desk.

Connie J. Sadler, CM, CISSP, CISM, GIAC GSLC
IT Security Officer
Brown University Box 1885, Providence, RI 02912
Connie_Sadler () Brown edu
Office: 401-863-7266

-----Original Message-----
From: clementz.7 [mailto:clementz.7 () OSU EDU] 
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2007 10:06 AM
Subject: [SECURITY] Laptop Encryption Software

Hello All,

We are looking into a few different pieces of software for laptop
encryption and were wondering what everyone were using or had success
with.  A few
products we were looking at were Truecrypt and Cyberangel.   Cyberangel
being more robust seems to be the logical choice,  but we were just
seeing if anyone was using anything else.  Also looking for the
Cyberangel equivalent for Macs.


Todd Clementz
Systems Engineer
Knowlton School of Architecture
The Ohio State University

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