Monthly Archives: June 2010

Network Security 101 – How to keep your network safe now or be sorry later!

There are two extremes in network safety: absolute security and absolute open (no access controls). Absolute security can be described as unplugged from the network and all power, locked in a safe, and thrown to the bottom of the ocean. … Continue reading

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The Cost for Securing Your Data vs. the Cost to Replace Your Data

Computer security has been part of my best practices since I purchased my first computer way back in 1995 and experienced the Internet for the first time. All of my home systems are always protected with host-based IDS, software backups, … Continue reading

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