In agreement with Andrew's point; I had at one point pressed this point
asking about exemption from policy for a shared computer and was given
to understand that there IS such an exemption. Agree? Disagree?
On 2/15/2012 03:09 PM, Andrew Hendrickson wrote:
> My advice would be not to encrypt the device at all unless you have to.
> If this is a shared computer it shouldn't have anything on it of a sensitive nature (why? because it's nobody's computer).
> On Feb 15, 2012, at 2:50 PM, David Pepper wrote:
>> My unit has just received its first laptop with PGP Desktop installed. It seems
>> that the first user to log in (and perhaps every subsequent user) is prompted to
>> encrypt the whole hard drive.
>> This laptop is intended to be a loaner that can be checked out by staff for
>> meetings, work-from-home, etc. What is the prevailing wisdom about how to use
>> or handle this program for this type of system?
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