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Submission + - Keyboard Uses Sonar to Protect Sensitive Data (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: While the simple act of logging off a workstation is an obvious way to protect sensitive data – like that used by healthcare providers, pharmacies, banks and government agencies – it is all too easy for users to forget and leave the data not only viewable, but also editable by anyone who happens to pass by. Custom keyboard supplier Key Source International (KSI) has developed a keyboard that does the remembering for you, logging out as soon as the user physically leaves the keyboard.
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Keyboard Uses Sonar to Protect Sensitive Data

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