Kensington supports the 4th Data Protection Day on the 28th January 2010
Aylesbury, UK – January 28th – Kensington Computer Products Group, a worldwide leader in delivering physical laptop security solutions, joins in celebration of the 4th Data Protection Day. The aim of the Data Protection Day is to give European citizens the chance to understand what personal information about individuals is collected and how they should be properly secured.
Government officials, companies, academics, privacy professionals, and individuals are stepping up to that challenge on Data Privacy Day – says Jolynn Dellinger, Program Manager, Data Privacy Day at The Privacy Projects. So are Kensington. Download our awareness posters and free corporate policy at www.logon-lockon.com
Kensington have always been close to the data security issues. As the worldwide leader in Physical Laptop security we are proud to support the Council of Europe’s Data Protection Day. Since we introduced the Kensington Security Slot in 1992 Kensington Security Solutions have been the firsts line of defense for computer users around the world. Physical security protects not only IT hardware but also the data stored and ultimately reputations and individual credibility.
Research shows that 92% of European SMEs with mobile workers have experienced laptop theft. The average incident in an SME occurs once every 251 days and 54% of SMEs have experienced a laptop theft in the past six months. “Faced with the fact that a laptop which is not locked up is far more likely to be stolen, it’s important to be aware that prevention is better than cure.” Says Stephen Hoare Kensington’s Security Business Development Director.
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