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Robust laptop security.from Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent : 02 April, 2008  (New Product)
Laptop Guardian from Alcatel-Lucent prevents mobile data from falling into the wrong hands and is demonstrated at InfoSecurity Europe 2008.
At stand E242 at Infosecurity Europe 2008, Alcatel-Lucent will be showcasing its award-winning Nonstop Laptop Guardian and Web Services Gateway network security products.

Carlos Solari, former head of network security at the White House and now vice president of security solutions for Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs explains that irrespective of whether your data concerns national security or customer contact details, it's vital for organisations to adopt protective measures that mitigate against all possible security risks - including employee abuse or laptop theft - in order to retain stakeholder confidence and, in the case of businesses, competitiveness.

Solari explains that there is a growing need for IT systems that allow the safe transfer of critical information, while preventing employees from accessing data or conducting transactions beyond the their job descriptions, as well as the need for greater internal accountability. Furthermore, given the trend towards mobile working and transferring data onto laptops, it's equally important that firms can monitor and manage these devices at all times, deploying a 'kill switch' function should the laptops ever fall into criminals' hands.


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