Let's say this is a business. Your IT staff should know to implement a logon with a domain or AD server so even if they plugged in they don't have an account and are locked out. You can also implement a physical security on the lan connection. Lock it up with lock boxes and more.
If your IT staff can't do this, they may be at risk of an early termination. Not to sound cruel but why would a company hire such staff?
Hi all. My company's reception is ironically located in the common corridor. A lan line is laid to the reception so that the pc is connected to our office network. As the reception pc is located in the common area, security becomes a concern after office hrs as anyone may plug out the cable and connect it to their laptop. How can we secure this? Using wireless is not an option even if we enable WPA as we do not want our office network to be exposed to such risks. Mac filtering is also not that ideal since mac address can be edited. Hence is there any better suggestions? Thks in advance.