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  • My view
    Time Bandit
    ANY Gov't laptop/computer SHOULD BE ENCRYPTED!!!! If not, it doesn't leave the premises.
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  • If you own a laptop...
    David L
    Frankly the Federal government was late to the party. Disk encryption has been available since the late 1990s and anyone with a laptop should have been encrypting their device, whether Federal employee, contractor or not. What is sad is that the VA took so long, even after repeated data leaks in the early part of 2000, but that they insisted on paying for a clunky third party app rather than using the inherent code and TPM model that was available to them for free as part of their existing contracts. That it took them 10 years is depressing. That they spent so much extra money in terms of software and tech support is simply unconscionable.
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