I think not my young padawan
"However, whilst we have been assured by our supplier that the information on the device is not accessible to anyone who may find it, we are taking every precaution to maintain the security of our LeicesterCare users",
From harsh experience "not accessible to anyone" usually means the file is password protected using the password written on the other side of the stick.
If it was encrypted they'd have been very careful to say encrypted because that would get them out of the crap they're in and they wouldn't be bothering to do anything about securing coded keysafes.
Incidentally that does mean they've probably wasted shoite loads of time and overtime money changing all these codes not to mention putting a large number of vulnerable people into a state of fear and alarm.
You may now join Leicester on their decent to planet Fail for taking any public statement at it's face value.
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