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DeviceLock protects against data theft

Briefings on HIPAA, March 1, 2009

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Data leakage—the loss, theft, or inappropriate downloading of confidential information—is one of the more significant concerns for organizations. For example, media storage devices continue to get smaller and smaller. Micro flash cards that are smaller than a fingernail can store in excess of four gigabytes of data. Unless organizations implement protection, employees, contractors, and others with access to confidential organizational information can easily download a significant amount of data and walk off with them.

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