"The Non-Encrypted Hall of Shame"

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In today's world not protecting other people's personal information
that has been entrusted to you is a shameful act. It should be
considered as bad as stealing. When you don't take prudent steps to
guard their personal information you are negligent. Too bad there isn't
a law called "negligent theft", until such time we give you "The
Non-Encrypted Hall of Shame".


If your company looses other people's information on a laptop, backup
tape, thumb drive, or other portable device, or any media that has left
your company's properly secured physical control, and that data is
non-encrypted your are likely to end up here. If your device was lost
and the data was properly encrypted you will not be listed here.

John @ NIST.org

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