Laptop Security

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  • 1.
  • 2. Laptop Security
    CompuTRACKS
  • 3. How Bad Is It?
    100 Laptopslosteachday in the U.S
    16,000 losteachweek in U.S., Europe & U.A.E.
    1 in 10 Laptops
    33% recovered
    Ponemon Institute 2009
  • 4. How Bad Is It?
    ½ Business Travelers Report their Laptop has Sensitive Data
    73% of Corporations had a Data Breach Over a 2 yearPeriod
    Ponemon Institute 2009
  • 5. -> Facts
    Organizations’ main reason for not issuing laptop lock — perceived lack of need.
     
    Employees main reason for not using a laptop lock — forgetfulness
    Less than half of laptop locks are used correctly
  • 6. Cost of a Data Breach
    $202 per data record breached
    285 million records breached in 2009
    (Verizon Business Report)
    Calculatoranyone?
    $57,570,000,000,000
    Or $365,000 per incident for eachcompany
    (Axcess Report)
    Onlyreportedbreaches
    43% whoexperienced a lossdon’t report them
  • 7. -> Fact
    10.5% of theft is suspected to originate from within the workplace
     
     
  • 8. Data Costs
    Averagecost of a lostlaptopis $49,246
    (Ponemon Institute, 2009)
    80% of the costis in the data
    If the data is of high value the costmay more than double up to $250,000.
    ReactiveCosts
    Security Costs
  • 9. -> Facts
    On average it takes more than 9 days to replace a laptop
     
    Organizations underestimate the cost of downtime by 31%
  • 10. Information Security Levés
  • 11. -> Facts
    Well implemented security policies reduce laptop theft by 43%
     
     
    58% of laptops are stolen from the office and 85% of IT managers suspect internal theft
  • 12. Security levels by Information
  • 13. What Can Be Done
    Don’t Be Stupid!
    StrongPasswords
    BIOS
    Basic input/
    Output system
  • 14. What Can Be Done?
    Strong Windows Password
    May be the same as the BIOS password
    Virus & Malware Protection
    Cloud Data Storage & Backup solutions
    Internet
    Stay Away
    Questionable sites
    Game Sites
  • 15. What Can Be Done?
    Backup Your Data!!!!!!!
    Routine
    At Least Weekly
    Locally to USB External Device (or 2)
    Carbonite - $55.00 per year
    Search PC Mag.com for best backup
    Lojack, GPS Navigator
    Remote Self-Destruct
  • 16. WishingisTooLate