The “Billion Dollar Lost-Laptop Study,"conducted by Intel and the Ponemon Institute, found that the 329 organizations polled had collectively lost more than 86,000 laptops -- worth a staggering $2.1 billion. Surprisingly though, two-thirds did not take advantage of even basic security practices, such as encryption, back-up and anti-theft technologies.  Intel Anti-Theft Services General Manager Anand Pashupathy explains: