By Euro Weekly News Media • 18 October 2010 • 14:46
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An executive was delivering a speech to a crowd of professionals. While he was taking questions moving about the crowd, he returned to the podium minutes later and discovered his laptop had been stolen. Not only did the laptop contain highly sensitive company information but also contained data that would be of great value to foreign governments.
Laptop theft, computer theft and identity theft can happen in a split second right under your nose. Therefore, it is vital to keep any computer or laptop ‘PC’ personal and confidential. Other than exercising common sense, here are some additional precautionary measures that can be taken to assist in laptop security.
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