Episode 257: Can exercise after learning boost your memory?

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Can exercise after learning boost your memory?

That’s Gotta Hurt
The stolen NFL athletic trainer laptop and the players’ medical information

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2 Responses to Episode 257: Can exercise after learning boost your memory?

  1. I enjoyed listening to the section in which the laptop loss was discussed especially considering the fact that my job is to protect patient information. There are many things that can be done to protect information on a laptop. First, the hard drive on the laptop itself should have full disk encryption. Some of the OSs offer that as an option or you could buy a commercial off the shelve product that you could install and manage as an Enterprise (for example if you are a hospital). These are protected with a password or some other form of authentication. I’m a fan of two factor authentication which is something that you have and something that you know. You can think of your debit card and an ATM as a great example of this. You have to have the debit card and you have to know your PIN. If this is setup as the login/encryption of the hard drive that contains medical information then if it is lost the odds of someone getting the information is significantly less. In addition, there is also a “low jack” option for laptops. This way if your laptop is lost/stolen as soon as you plug it in it can be tracked, or the information can be wiped. There are a lot of options available to protect this information on a physical computer. There just needs to be a plan in place.

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