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Here's how to use Windows's built-in BitLocker feature to encrypt your entire hard drive.
Here's how to set up a virtual encrypted disk in TrueCrypt to protect specific important files.
You realize how much your browsing is centrally tracked, right? Or do you?
Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.
A well-planned Wi-Fi network can greatly improve your small business's productivity, without sacrificing security or performance.
When it comes to managing phones and tablets in your organization, working closely with a partner and establishing clear policies are the keys to success.
These terrific tools and tips can rescue your wayward mobile devices and keep your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
Here's what GlobalSign's move means, and how to evaluate a certificate authority for your business website.
Readers ask if they can access Webmail without an Internet connection, and whether using multiple security apps is a problem--the answers are yes and yes.
Gmail has been the target of recent hacking attacks. Here are four solid tips to bolster security for you Google account information.
Readers ask for help on managing Gmail messages and speeding up antivirus scans--plus offer a quick way to pin folders to the Windows taskbar.
With mobile malware on the rise, you can never be too careful with your device and your personal data.
Why worry about hackers half a world away? The biggest threat to your business may lurk within your walls, among the IT pros you trust most.
For small businesses, a security overhaul usually starts with a firewall and antivirus software. In addition, enabling Web filtering can prevent both inbound and outbound security threats.
Sony Pictures suffered a massive data breach that may impact up to 1 million users, but data breaches are fairly common. Here's a checklist of what to do--and what to watch for--if you fall victim.