One of our 1Password for Teams Macbook laptops has been stolen, and I'm investigating the security risk to our company.
Security Design" whitepaper at https://1password.com/files/1Password for Teams White Paper.pdf says under "How We Secure Data on Clients": "This section of this document is not yet ready".
We suspended the account on the server side (for now).
However, since you claim to locally cache data for offline operation, we should assume that the team member's data can be exposed on the client side if the user's master password can be brute-force cracked, right?
How long does the client cache the data? If the client runs while there is network connectivity to the 1password server, does the client delete locally cached copies of the data in anticipation of syncing with the server, regardless of whether the master password is provided or not?
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