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capabilities of what any anti-malware can do, of course.

So, in that worst case scenario, you need about two well-armed and highly-trained commandos on guard outside the premises and two more inside.

You probably want them to be unobtrusive, perhaps in "plain clothes" instead of a uniform, although uniformed personnel have a deterrent effect. So would a stronger door, but it shouldn't be stronger than the walls and the shutters that quite rapidly move into place to cover the windows when an approaching threat is detected.

Assuming that each 4-man team works an 8-hour shift, there are three shifts per day, and each team has two consecutive days off-duty per week, then you would need at least twenty bodyguards with perhaps one or two more available as "backup" if someone is unavailable for duty.

Of course, the defenses depend upon just how many enemies you have and what resources that they could feasibly have available to them. I would not expect nuclear warheads, but remember 9/11.

There are also worse threats, perhaps, than enemy agents that kidnap you while others steal your computer -- nerve gas, for example. Or an earthquake, a firestorm or global warming and climate change. :-(