The Billion Dollar Lost Laptop Problem

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Anand Pashupathy, General Manager of Anti-Theft Services, Intel

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How to keep the benefits of mobile computing while managing the associated threats that come from losing laptops We know your dilemma: you want to keep your end-users productive anytime, anywhere with laptops and other smart mobile devices but you do not want to pay the $3.4 Million that companies pay on average for each data breach, which often occur when a laptop is lost or stolen. A recent study by the Ponemon Institute estimates that 329 companies paid about £2 Billion dollars for more than 86,000 laptops that went missing in the last 12 months. Learn what best-in-class organizations can do to enjoy mobility while significantly lowering the risk and cost of losing sensitive data. Anand Pashupathy, a 17-year industry veteran, is the General Manager of the Anti-Theft Services unit at Intel Corp. He leads the organization that is responsible for driving hardware-based innovation to help solve difficult security challenges for enterprises, like data and PC protection. His team is about to launch the third generation of Intel® Anti-Theft Technology.

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