Vulnerable: to password guessing attempts. Even fairly complex passwords can be cracked within 16 minutes.
Secure: Dual Locks system means the protection of the device is not limited to the complexity of the password.
Vulnerable: when in the hands of an attacker. Attackers can work on breaking in at their leisure.
Secure: Conseal USB allows administration to destroy the disks contents if it falls into the wrong hands.
Vulnerable: when obtained by a third party. If an attacker were able to guess or obtain the password they would have full and free access to the data at any time.
Secure: Access rules can be specified for secured devices. Devices can only be unlocked by certain people, using certain computers, at certain times.
Vulnerable: if lost without realising. A user would not necessarily realise immediately if a device is lost.
Secure: Conseal USB alerts when access to the protected data is attempted, prompting remedial action.