Strategies for protecting laptop data

Friday, 19 August 2005, 5:26 AM EST

Any machine that has the potential to hold sensitive data or e-mail should be encrypted. But don't bother with Windows XP's Encrypting File System. "If you know your Windows password, you know the keys to the hard drive. There are a lot of ways to hack that," says Clain Anderson, director of wireless and security at Lenovo.

At CIO Today.

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