Intego's new approach to security offers a simple interface with more relevant software.
Security doesn't have to be complicated, as shown by these quick and easy alternatives to the conventional wisdom on passwords, privacy, backups, ID theft, and other tech-safety matters.
Instead of pushing a lackadaisical approach to security, Apple is now promoting OS X's options as aids for users' security.
Apple's Target Disk Mode is useful for troubleshooting, but it does bypass the file security offered in OS X, which may be a concern for some people. Here are a couple of ways to better secure your Mac from unauthorized access via Target Disk Mode.
Since the news of Passware being able to decrypt FileVault over FireWire connections, Mac users might be concerned about the integrity of the security on their computers.
When it comes to a full Internet security suite for OS X, one of the more-robust options out there is Intego's Internet Security Barrier X6.
Apple's Safari-only mode is a new feature in OS X that comes with iCloud. Here is how it works and the options that both it and OS X provide for securing your files.
Apple is releasing beta builds of OS X 10.7 Lion to select individuals, including some notable security experts and critics, suggesting the company is focusing on security in the next OS.
Apple has a number of options and system settings for enhancing security, most of which are available if you browse through the system preferences, but there are also other settings and practices that can help increase security.
A recently discovered flaw in many encrypted USB drives provides an object lesson in why IT security is so blessed hard.