Protect Your Mobile
Devices

Our laptops and tablets are valuable not just because they represent significant investments, but also because of the sensitive business data and crucial personal information that lives on our devices. In today’s world of mobile workforces and BYOD (Buy Your Own Device) trends, guarding against device theft is the first line of defence to save data from falling into the wrong hands.
Mobile devices enable workplace flexibility, but that inherent portability also makes them more likely to be stolen. To protect mobile devices and the sensitive information they contain, Kensington’s comprehensive portfolio of physical security products—including keyed and combination locks, portable locks, and locking stations—provide a range of tough, reliable, and easy to use security solutions.
Types of Locks and Lock Slots
The Kensington Security Slot™ has been the industry standard for more than 25 years, and Kensington has developed slimmer slots for thin and light mobile devices as well. Found in ultra-thin devices, the Kensington Nano Security Slot™ is 70% smaller than the traditional slot, which gives engineers more space for other components as they design the devices of the future. Additionally, the Kensington ClickSafe® Security Anchor mounts into the Kensington Security Slot™ to provide simple, one-click security for ease of use.
The two most commonly-used locking options are the traditional keyed locks and combination locks, which are compatible with more than 90% of laptops, desktops, projectors, monitors, and printers from all major manufacturers. Every lock is engineered to rigorous specifications, made of aircraft-grade carbon steel, and built to last. Kensington’s Register and Retrieve program ensures that a lost key can be easily replaced and a forgotten combination is simple to recover.
The next-generation hardware protection offers more advanced security options. For light and thin laptops and tablets that are too slim for a standard lock slot, Kensington has designed a range of locks built to our tough standards that fit perfectly to secure these ultralight and mobile devices. Biometric security locks provide two factor authentication (2FA) to protect against unauthorized access while offering a seamless and secure login experience. To reduce the risk of data theft or malicious uploads, Kensington’s USB Port Locks physically block USB ports from unauthorized access. Whatever your physical security needs might be, Kensington has a locking solution to meet them.

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