U.S. gov't mandates laptop security

Thursday, 29 June 2006, 1:08 PM EST

The Bush Administration is giving federal civilian agencies just 45 days to comply with new recommendations for laptop encryption and two-factor authentication.

The memo follows a wave of high profile data thefts and major security breeches involving remote access or the theft of government laptop computers containing sensitive personal information.

At SecurityFocus.

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