According to the FBI Computer Crime & Security Survey the actual cost of a compromised or stolen corporate laptop can exceed $49,000. In addition to the price of the computer, this survey includes the expenses that companies paid to protect the organization and customers from the potential consequences of the data breach.
One of the easiest ways to protect information on company laptops is to restrict physical access when they are not in an employee's possession. To help in this effort, Rifkin offers three innovative products that when used together create a safe haven for portable computers.
The first line of defense, Arco-ID™ Tamper-Evident Labels, can be applied to a closed laptop or placed over access ports and removable drives. If any attempt is made to open the laptop or remove the label, a VOID message appears- indicating a breach in security. If no tampering is noticed, the seal can be removed without leaving any residue.
The second layer of protection is the padded laptop sleeve. This cushioned zipper bag protects a computer from the bumps and scratches of everyday use. Its sleek profile is convenient when carrying it inside of another bag or briefcase.
The final security layer is Rifkin's Executive Attaché with a built-in, high-security lock. Measuring 13" x 18" x 6", this cushioned bag is the perfect size for most laptops and includes additional pockets and compartments to carry documents and personal items.
All products are available from the company website: www.arifkin.com