I own a small mortgage company. Because I deal with a lot of sensitive information (mothers maiden name, social security, place of birth, etc.), it would be very easy for someone to steal someone's entire identity with the information on my computer.
My underwriter has two hard drives on her computer. The C drive (which contains the operating system- XP) and an addition D drive, which is just a 120MB storage drive. The D: drive contains the sensitive info.
Our computers are all networked in the office. The D drive on the underwriters computer is not "shared" on the network.
However, if someone logs onto the underwriter's computer itself, they can certainly "see" the D drive, and access the files.
How can I make the D drive invisible to everyone but one certain user.
I have a small company, a dozen employees, so we are just networked together by "sharing" through XP. We don't have the typical office network. A child could have set this up.
Thank you in advance!