Hard drive enclosures are generally something cheap, mobile, and entirely insecure. A passerby in a lab, office, or other location with a computer with potentially privileged information could easily open a computer, extract the hard drive, and make off with the data. It’s even easier if the hard drive is an external. The CRU DataPort SecureDock attempts to address this. Combining a proprietary enclosure connector format, a locking enclosure dock, and a token, the DataPort SecureDock aims to beef up the security of an external hard drive. ThinkComputers has the review.