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Cloud-based security suite brings enterprise-class control and consumer-friendly usability to organizations of up to 250 people.
You can tell a lot about a document by its metadata, such as when the document was created, who created it, the time of its last edits, and more. If you are determined to keep this information a secret, Document Metadata Cleaner can help you.
Whether we work with trade secrets or just prefer to keep our stock trades secret, we all have data that's invaluable to us--and valuable to online evildoers. PCWorld reveals five free tools for protecting passwords, browsing anonymously, and encrypting our most precious documents.
This new IronKey USB drive lets you boot up an encryption-secured Windows 8 PC on any computer.
Forgotten downloads and temporary files can add up fast, consuming drive space and compromising your privacy. It's time to think beyond the Recycle Bin with a new echelon of waste management utilities.
If you need to wipe lots of drives, MediaTools Wipe 1.1 will handle the chore. Support for erasing 18 drives at a time, custom patterns, and every algorithm in the book are just the highlights.
If you write the occasional batch script or pop open a cmd.exe terminal to get things done, Microsoft's SDelete is a great tool to have in your path. This free command-line utility deletes files securely.
Eraser is an enormous all-in-one toolbox devoted to secure file deletion. This free utility can securely delete files on your command, or according to a schedule.
McAfee, Symantec, Trend Micro and Webroot offer protection for all your devices along with Web-based management.
Check out the sleek Axis M5014 if you're looking for video-surveillance equipment that doesn't scream 'You're on camera!'
This consumer-grade IP camera has a very good feature set, but its image quality isn't entirely satisfying.
Antivirus software protects your data, but a robust security system protects your PCs and everything else in your office.
You don’t need a PC to deploy this video surveillance system.