An evil maid attack is a security exploit that physically targets an unattended computing device. Continued…
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“There are some things you could do to protect against evil maid attacks: use a strong password, set a password on the bios to prevent changes to the bios, only boot the system off of the hard drive and have some sort of tamper-evident alert if someone changes the hardware.” – Nick Lewis
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An enterprise needs to have an overall plan to protect PII and secure _________ sensitive data.