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Lock access to your system's BIOS settings, boot sequence, and even hard drive.
The ProPay MicroSecure Card Reader weighs in at a scant 1.4 ounces, fits into a shirt pocket, and securely stores up to 71 transactions at a time.
You don't necessarily need an expensive security suite to lock down Windows Vista. Here's how to do it using free software and a few easy system tweaks.
Set a locked iPhone or BlackBerry to give return details so it can be reclaimed.
Use your default router settings to gain access before configuring a network.
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.
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.