Jun 27 2010

Anti-Theft Measures

Serving the public means your organization may attract a lot of visitors.
At the same time, employees might be angry about forced furloughs and layoffs.
A chief physical security concern is keeping portable technology such as notebook
computers, flat-panel monitors and projectors from going missing. Safeguard
your valuables with these theft-deterrent tools.

PRINTER: The Troy 3015dt Security Printer offers two trays
with locks to provide additional security for check-printing applications.
Additional fraud-deterrent features include user authorization to print confidential
data files and the ability to direct confidential data transmissions to specific
paper trays, among others.

ALARM: If someone cuts or unplugs the cable attached to
your PC, monitor or projector, the Sonic Shock Sound Alarm siren screams for
up to two hours and can't be stopped without a key.

CABLE LOCK: The Kensington MicroSaver Alarmed Computer Lock
reinforced steel cable protects desktops, mobile computing devices, flat-panel
monitors, projectors and other peripherals. The alarm sounds instantly if
the cable is cut and can be heard from up to 50 feet away.

THEFT RECOVERY: Absolute Software Computrace LoJack for
Laptops Premium
can track, locate and recover lost or stolen computers. Should
a computer go missing or fall into the wrong hands, IT can remotely delete
sensitive files. (See our product review.)

LOCK KIT: Protect your projector from being purloined with
the Chief LC1 Cable Lock Kit. The package includes a coiled cable, two steel
security pads, super glue and a padlock.

CABINET: Store notebook computers safely with the
PSSI Dock & Lock 2052-L-10 notebook security cabinet. The cabinet charges
stowed notebooks and features multiple fans for cooling, making it ideal for
libraries, operations centers and classrooms or training facilities.