How Do I Get Full Disk Encryption on My Device?

What?: Full-disk encryption is the strongest technical intervention for keeping out people who have physical access to your device. Hands down. Accept no substitutes. It is also possible for full-disk encryption to qualify you for an important safe harbor in the HIPAA Final Breach Notification Rule. In other words, full-disk encryption is so useful, it can even get you legal protection from reporting security breaches if your encrypted gear gets lost or stolen. It's easy to see why we clinicians would want to use this technology in all our devices...
See Also: Digital Confidentiality Level II Syllabus
See Also: Our Article On Full-Disk Encryption and HIPAA
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