Don't-Miss Business security Stories
Use your default router settings to gain access before configuring a network.
Install a Firefox BugMeNot extension to log into sites without registration.
SSL/TLS protects your e-mail connection even if your data is intercepted.
Keep unknown clients off your network with these basics.
Passwords are only part of security; use unique logins for the full package.
It's 2008. Do you know who has your Social Security number?
Create a USB thumb drive to reset a forgotten user password.
Fancy formatting can look ugly on certain clients or get trapped in spam filters.
Use router settings to keep employees honest.
Don't save money if it will cost time.
Encrypting your hard disk to protect your data doesn’t have to be a daunting task, thanks to a large number of practical tools.
Traveling with sensitive business information can be risky. A hardware-encrypted hard drive can keep your files locked up on the road.
Security information management technology can go a long way toward identifying the risk present in any environment.
In order for data leak protection tools to successfully prevent sensitive data from leaving your corporate network, they require quite a bit of upfront work.
There is a growing range of network infrastructure pieces that need ongoing patches and maintenance.