As has been all over the news recently, current versions of iOS have an optional feature to auto-erase the device after ten failed password attempts. Which is a great iPhone security feature IMHO. http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/17/cook-open-letter-backdoor-fbi-san-bernardino/ Thanks Apple. But is there anything like this for OS-X? A Mac laptop has the potential to hold far more data than an iPhone, which may be just as sensitive. And of course there are countless scenarios wherein the Mac device could be lost, stollen or seized... (And where remote-wipe is not viable). I know there are some more complicated solutions out there, such hidden partitions etc. But it seems like a big problem in need of a simple solution, just like auto-erase for iOS. Even better, if deliberately entering a pre-set wrong password were to auto-erase all (or selected parts) of the Mac HD. Cummon internet, help us out!