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FBI: Laptop Theft Rises 32%

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<p><a target="_blank" href="http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2009-12-15-gadget_N.htm">Click here to read the USA Today story here...</a></p>
<p>http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2009-12-15-gadget_N.htm</p>
<p>Imagine if one of these had been yours. &nbsp;Statistics prove that it could have been. &nbsp;IDC have reported that 97% of business have been victim of laptop theft.</p>
<p>Don't be the talk of the office. Adopt our physical security policy. Logon, lock on.</p>
<p>Download our &quot;cut &amp; paste&quot; physical security policy and awareness posters at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.logon-lockon.com">www.logon-lockon.com</a></p>
<p>George Foot, VP Kensington Europe: &quot;Most laptop theft is opportunistic and can be prevented by using a laptop lock. &nbsp;Making locking on part of your morning routine, just like grabbing a coffee whilst your laptop boots, will go a long way to help protect your colleagues, your customers and your credibility.&quot;</p>
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17/12/2009

The FBI has recorded 128,280 laptop thefts in 2009 in the USA alone.

Click here to read the USA Today story here...

http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2009-12-15-gadget_N.htm

Imagine if one of these had been yours.  Statistics prove that it could have been.  IDC have reported that 97% of business have been victim of laptop theft.

Don't be the talk of the office. Adopt our physical security policy. Logon, lock on.

Download our "cut & paste" physical security policy and awareness posters at www.logon-lockon.com

George Foot, VP Kensington Europe: "Most laptop theft is opportunistic and can be prevented by using a laptop lock.  Making locking on part of your morning routine, just like grabbing a coffee whilst your laptop boots, will go a long way to help protect your colleagues, your customers and your credibility."

 

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