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  1. Report the theft to police. Chances are a laptop theft will be a low priority for police. But report the theft anyway. If nothing else, an insurance company may want a copy of the police report.
  2. Disable the laptop’s network connection capabilities and the affected employee’s access credentials, to prevent the thief from using the stolen laptop to access potentially sensitive data on company servers or gaining access to the corporate network. Exercise the remote wipe option when possible.
  3. Get the employee to change his or her online passwords, as those passwords may have been stored on the laptop. 

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