encryption

Privacy guide: everything you need to know about encryption

Privacy guide: everything you need to know about encryption

We've rounded up the best tools and methods for encrypting all your data across all your devices.
Sep 7 2017, 7:29AM
Free email provider offers end-to-end encryption

Free email provider offers end-to-end encryption

GMX Mail adds to its long list of features by making it easier to keep your email confidential.
Oct 10 2016, 6:30AM
Why you should use encryption

Why you should use encryption

The bad guys use encryption because it works. A security expert explains how you can use one of their favourite tools against them.
Aug 12 2016, 4:29PM
How to encrypt emails in Outlook

How to encrypt emails in Outlook

Want to keep your emails safe and secure? Then here's our guide to setting up digital signatures and encrypting emails in Microsoft Outlook
Jan 22 2016, 12:20AM
The Ransom-ware Threat: What it is and how to avoid it

The Ransom-ware Threat: What it is and how to avoid it

Criminals are locking away victims' files and charging vast sums to return them. We explain how this threat works and how to avoid it.
Oct 28 2015, 1:33PM
First Look: A hard drive that requires a fingerprint to unlock the data

First Look: A hard drive that requires a fingerprint to unlock the data

This James Bond-like Imation hard drive requires a fingerprint swipe to unlock the encrypted data.
Dec 12 2012, 12:47PM
Norton Zone: like Dropbox, with one key difference

Norton Zone: like Dropbox, with one key difference

Like DropBox, Norton Zone lets you save your files to the Internet so you can get to them from any computer you're working from.
Dec 6 2012, 10:32AM
How To: Encrypt your data

How To: Encrypt your data

Don't expose your data to hackers and thieves. This tutorial explains encryption and shows you how to protect your own files.
Dec 31 2011, 10:57AM
windows-7-the-complete-guide-how-windows-7-can-lock-down-your-business

windows-7-the-complete-guide-how-windows-7-can-lock-down-your-business

BitLocker first reared its head in Windows Vista, but the scope of the encryption software has been extended in Windows 7. Since Vista's launch, lost or stolen USB drives have become an enormous security liability.
Oct 19 2009, 10:14AM

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