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  • 12 personal security resolutions for 2013

    Among your typical New Year's resolutions - lose weight, stop smoking, be happier - you should consider making some pledges to better secure your digital life. You might even be healthier if you can prevent the stress of a digital disaster, like malware wiping out your PC, having your online accounts hacked, or becoming a victim of identify theft because of a phishing scam or data theft. With that in mind, here are some security resolutions you should consider for the new year.

  • The best way to keep your business safe and secure

    In the 1995 film "Hackers" the lead character downloads sensitive information to a floppy disk. Today, of course, advances in technology have yielded equally advanced security threats. Consider news reports in the past year about computers compromised by botnets. Businesses face daily threats from these and other cybersecurity dangers that are further enhanced by increased reliance on new business communications and computing tools.

  • Turbocharge web browsing with Greasemonkey scripts

    Add cool features to Gmail, streamline the Web, and get more out of the Internet with these must-have Greasemonkey scripts.

  • DNS: a tempting free lunch

    Are free DNS services worth the cost?

  • Cellular in the last mile - hidden problems

    A 3G router can turn a cellular connection into a broadband replacement. But will the operators like it?

  • Do you know what's on your network?

    There's most likely a lot more information moving around than you think - and a lot of it will be stuff that you definitely don't want leaving the organisation.

  • Aruba plans for success

    Wireless security vendors, and Aruba's competitors, all come under the scrutiny of chief executive Dominic Orr.

  • Free software flows

    Developers have realised that free versions - whether cut-down or time-limited - are an ideal way to get new users interested in their software, and that means network managers can get stuff done for a lot less money.

  • Remote access is no longer a luxury

    Top tips from the real world on how to enable secure remote access to your network, whether for roaming users or remote sites.

  • Infosec: New products to look out for

    The tradition of launching new products at shows has long since died a death, but this year's Infosecurity show still features a sprinkling of genuinely new or recently new products.





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