Best Practices for Protecting Laptop Data
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Today’s fast-growing highly mobile workforce is placing new demands on IT. As data growth increases, and that data increasingly finds its way onto laptops, the threats of data loss and security breaches have also increased. To guard corporate data on endpoints at all times, companies can follow a number of data protection and data security best practices. Incorporating these best practices can help you control sensitive information to mitigate the risk of regulatory and financial exposure and keep IT costs in check.

Read more about how to define security policies for laptops, how to enforce endpoint controls and how to ensure employee adoption – all while keeping costs in check.

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