Encryption is a great asset to cloud computing. By encrypting your data, you basically make it impossible to read without the necessary keys. Encryption allows you to create those keys so that if a data breach does occur, your information will be worthless to attackers. You can also encrypt just parts of your data that […]
Losing your computer while traveling can be as bad as losing your wallet or purse, since it probably contains a lot of extractable personal information, including financial particulars. Disk encryption reduces this risk by making all data on your hard drive inaccessible to anyone without a specific key (password). You can try FileVault2 son macOS […]
Working at home on personal devices (Bring Your Own Devices) and self-managed Wi-Fi networks present a massive security risk to you and your employer. To protect potentially sensitive information, enable Windows and macOS native encryption functionality and save encryption passwords.
Apple iCloud offers end-to-end encryption for certain types of data including Maps searches and Siri information. To use it, though, you’ll first need to have two-factor authentication enabled for your Apple ID. 2FA is a win-win, as it strengthens your account security while unlocking access to a wider range of iCloud services.
Further protect your data and storage from cybercriminals by using full disk encryption (FDE). This feature encodes your data into a form that cannot be understood by anyone without the encryption key. Many mobile devices enable this by default, but others (like Macs and PCs) may require a specific set of steps.
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