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Stealing Laptops From Vehicles On The Rise - The Cyberangel Helps Track Stolen Computers Down!
SAVANNAH, GA and INDIANAPOLIS, IN - July 20, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- On June
7th, 2004, a businesswoman in Savannah noticed that her car in her driveway had
been broken into overnight and her business laptop computer stolen. Important
information for many of her clients was stored on that computer, including state
and local government employees.
On November 8th, 2001, an insurance salesman in Logansport, IN found that his car
had been broken into and his business laptop computer stolen. The sales
information on that computer represented several weeks' worth of business, as well
as confidential information about those clients.
Fortunately, they both had companies that had a standard practice to protect all
employees' mobile computers and critical client information with The CyberAngel
On June 22nd, 2004, the stolen computer in Savannah started sending covert alerts
to The CyberAngel Security Monitoring Center, providing the location details from
where that computer was being used. The thieves were moving frequently between 2
locations, and CSS, Inc. worked closely with local law enforcement authorities in
Savannah to provide them with the location information to be able to secure search
warrants for both premises.
On the evening of July 9th, 2004, the stolen computer from Logansport, IN was used
and sent covert alerts, indicating the computer was in rural Tennessee. CSS, Inc.
worked with law enforcement authorities in both Logansport and Tennessee, and
provided them with the information to be able to obtain a search warrant.
Within days, both stolen computers were back in their rightful owners' hands, and
all of the sensitive business information on those computers were secure and
intact upon recovery.
"After being gone for over 2 1/2 years, I had given up hope," said John Radtke of
Logansport. "My thanks to CyberAngel! I am really glad to get my laptop back, as
well as some information that I thought was lost forever."
About CyberAngel® Security Solutions, Inc.
CyberAngel Security Solutions, Inc. (CSS, Inc.) has been providing The CyberAngel
Software since 1996, and has built a loyal and recurring customer base in the
Corporate, Government, Educational, and Consumer markets. CSS, Inc. has long been
considered a pioneer in PC Tracking, Intrusion Detection, and Data Security. For
more information about The CyberAngel Security Software, please contact CSS, Inc.
Source of News:
CyberAngel Security Solutions, Inc. (CSS, Inc.)
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