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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.
Traveling with sensitive business information can be risky. A hardware-encrypted hard drive can keep your files locked up on the road.
Lock up employee data, or face the consequences.
Are you the only you out there? When it comes to protecting your identity, a bit of prevention is worth a megabyte of cure.
Encrypting data can save you lots of heartache. How should you do it?