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Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention

In order to prevent file loss, you need to understand the various types of issues that affect modern computers and take steps to minimize your risks. Our blog can help you avoid some of the most common data loss scenarios.

Which Companies Should You Trust With Your Data?

Recent months have been plagued with security breach after breach. From Target stores to Anthem insurance, customers have been unexpectedly faced with the news that their personal data may have been leaked to countless, unidentified other entities. Trust has been

5 Biggest Mistakes in Data Recovery and How to Avoid Them

Hard drive crashes never happen at convenient times. Crashes notoriously occur during those last-minute, late-night preparation sessions for an important meeting or presentation. Panic sets in and people feel an urge to fix the problem themselves. Do-it-yourself (DIY) retrieval of

storage devices

Five of the Best Storage Devices

We all know that the first step to preventing data loss is being diligent about backing up our files. But, if you’re going to backup important data, you want to do so on a reliable storage device, right? So, what

data recovery preperation

7 Data Recovery Tips: Being Prepared for Data Loss and What to do if it Occurs

There’s no denying that technology has made our lives easier, and as it continues to advance we’re given more automated and up-to-date ways to do most anything. One of the best advances technology has given us is a way to

Celebrity iCloud Data Theft Underscores the Need for Password Security

Over Labor Day weekend, hackers posted hundreds of nude celebrity photographs to the 4chan.org image board, including personal images of actress Jennifer Lawrence, supermodel Kate Upton and Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander. The photographs were apparently stolen from Apple's iCloud,

CryptoLocker

Security Threat: CryptoLocker

The growing threat posed by CryptoLocker infection is the most significant security issues of the last decade. The program, once installed and running, is nearly impossible to circumvent and, once the encryption process is complete, the only options available to users is to pay the ransom, recover a non-infected backup, or face the permanent loss of all infected data. Luckily, there are a few common sense steps available to everyone that will lessen the chance of infection by the CryptoLocker program.

Securely Wipe Files

Securely Wipe Important Files Or Drives

The secure deletion of sensitive or private files from a PC is a significant concern to many users. Two free programs, Eraser and CCleaner, provide easy to use processes that make the permanent removal of files and folders possible. Read on to learn how to protect your private files from improper or incomplete deletion.

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