David James, Fujitsu's vice president of advanced product engineering, said, "There's an astonishing number of notebooks stolen every year," he said. "Over 700,000 of them. And only 1 percent get recovered."
"If a stolen machine is acquired by the evil organization of your choice, it could be attacked by almost unlimited resources," he continued. "But with 256-bit encryption, the data can't be unscrambled."ChannelWeb, CNET News