In case you have not heard, Bruce Decock has lost a company laptop, chuck full of corporate confidential information.
The laptop was last seen in Bruce Decock's pickup truck, in plain sight, for any criminal to steal.
Data stored on Bruce Decock's laptop were not encrypted. The laptop, itself, was not password protected.
This is a complete violation of standards for data storage.
And you expect data storage customers to rely on LSI's data storage products, when the company's Chief disInformation Officer can't even get his own data storage, right?