Penny Hoelscher has a degree in journalism and a background in legacy programming. But, with an aversion to danger and conflict, she now combines interests in writing and IT safely from behind her computer screen.
If you encrypt files and folders in Windows, your data will become unreadable to unauthorized parties. Only someone with the correct password, or decryption key, can make the data readable again. This article will explain several methods Windows users can utilize to encrypt their devices and the data stored on them.
Here we give you the lowdown on the most interesting companies at Infosec Europe 2018. Infosecurity Europe (Infosec) is the region’s most exciting information security event, featuring a broad range of conference programs, scores of exhibitors (400+) and inspiring speakers, and thousands (19,500+) of cybersecurity professionals, IT movers and shakers, entrepreneurs, and influencers from around […]
Cyberattacks are a daily occurrence and the concomitant costs for organizations are escalating. However, you can mitigate cyber disaster with free website security tools that will help you to identify website vulnerabilities and keep your visitors safe, or rather … safer. One would think large enterprises have the means and opportunity to monitor their applications […]