Alright, odd question here but I hope somebody knows the answer because I don't want the Android OS to get left behind... I work for an IT company that does computers for a lot of medical facilities. Recently the US Govt passed legislation that requires all computers/devices that contain HIPAA-related information (patient records and such) to be encrypted and have password protection. Basically, we had to encrypt the hard drives of all computers, laptops, and phones. If a user enters the wrong password multiple times, it locks out the hard drive (for computers) or wipes the device (for phones). Currently, the only device of which I am aware that is compliant are Blackberries. Many of our users just got Android phones and have to trade them back in because they don't have a feature that is in compliance with this law. Does anyone know of an app/program that would accomplish this? Android platform is so much more useful to our business than Blackberry, and I don't want to have to leave it behind.