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22 Jan 2013
“Sometimes I worry about my possessions…” Campus theft is a problem in schools nationwide. Electronic devices such as laptop computers, MP3 players and other portable devices are popular targets for theft, according to CSUN’s Department of Police Services.
22 Jan 2013
Security of hardware, software, and data is paramount in ensuring the success of a mobile laptop program, especially one that may include a separate set of equipment available for student check out. Here are a few of the major issues to consider.
22 Jan 2013
The person who steals your laptop not only nabs your hardware but also may gain access to financial records, corporate data, credit card numbers, and other sensitive information. There are ways to protect your computer and your data…maybe easier than you expect.
22 Jan 2013
Dorm living is far from secure, and students should be attentive when caring for valuable property. Property crime on campus is rampant, but responsible ownership is often the best step to not becoming a victim.
22 Jan 2013
Security of laptop computers, one of the most commonly stolen items on the campus, concerns everyone. Personal computers, flat screen monitors and other audio visual equipment are also popular targets for thieves. The University of Toronto Campus Police has implemented a plan to reduce thefts of these devices – STOP security system.

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