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US Border Policy Shifts May Drive Changes in Laptop Security
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4/27/2018 | 5:29:35 AM
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4/7/2017 | 3:20:23 AM
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4/7/2017 | 3:18:20 AM
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4/6/2017 | 11:48:04 PM
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4/6/2017 | 7:58:19 PM
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4/6/2017 | 4:19:34 PM
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I'm with George Wrenn on this.  It'll force companies to do what they already should be doing.

At the same time, however, while I appreciate the security risks of people hacking into on board systems, I am not convinced this is the best way to solve the problem (especially because what can be done on a laptop can be done on a jailbroken mobile device).  I'd rather see better InfoSec in this environment, even to the point of lack of connectivity.  If the cost is no Wi-Fi for the two to four hours it takes to get to Atlanta, that to me is better than "you can't bring your laptop/device."
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4/5/2017 | 10:54:23 PM
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