ZoneAlarm Full Disk Encryption for Laptops beta launched

Check Point Software has begun accepting testers for its beta program “ZoneAlarm Full Disk Encryption for Laptops,” a program designed to make sensitive data saved on notebooks more difficult to extract if the computer is stolen. While Full Disk Encryption is turned on, the user must enter an additional password before Windows starts up. Once in […]

Check Point Software has begun accepting testers for its beta program “ZoneAlarm Full Disk Encryption for Laptops,” a program designed to make sensitive data saved on notebooks more difficult to extract if the computer is stolen. While Full Disk Encryption is turned on, the user must enter an additional password before Windows starts up. Once in Windows, the software encrypts unused files, including even deleted and temporary ones, and decrypts only the files currently in use.

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