If your Windows laptop is encrypted with Microsoft Bitlocker, you should see a blue screen at startup requesting your Bitlocker unlock pin. If your Windows laptop is encrypted with PGP Whole Disk Encryption you will see a gray and white PGP Desktop login screen upon boot up. Aslo see: https://kb.iu.edu/d/bavx
- Encrypt your computer as described in the Microsoft document Turn on Bitlocker Device Encryption. Be sure to enable TPM options in your computer's BIOS. Set your computer to request a Bitlocker pin by setting that option in Control Panel, Bitlocker Encryption, Set Bitlocker Startup Preferences, Require a pin at every startup. Be sure to backup your encryption key. You may also use Symantec PGP to encrypt your laptop as directed here: https://kb.iu.edu/d/azmz
- To be compliant with the IU policy, you must select a password that meets the IU Password and Passphrase Guidelines
- The system must auto-lock after no more than 15 minutes of inactivity.