10.2  |  A lockdown software program (e.g. Deepfreeze) is installed on public computers

Having lockdown software installed on public access technology prevents patrons from changing the systems' configurations and can minimize out-of-service devices due to harmful software that patrons might try to install on library computers. Lockdown software can be installed on public computers, laptops, eReaders, iPads, or tablets. Lockdown software can also be used in combination with master images in a double layer system that protects a library's computers and makes it easy to restore computer configurations. Common lockdown programs used by public libraries include Fortress, Deep Freeze, and Clean Slate.

Answer Yes if you use a lockdown software program on all public access devices.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if you plan to begin using lockdown software in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you would like to use lockdown software but cannot do so at this time.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if you have no plans to use lockdown software.