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Securing hardware and devices – NHL Stenden Data Care Centre

Change standard passwords

Imagine you just purchased a new modem or a NAS or a web cam. The device should have a password. Since this type of equipment uses the internet, it should be secured against internet crime. But what if every hacker can guess your user name and password? The standard password is mentioned in every manual A lot …

On purchasing equipment

You want to buy a new PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone? Make sure it can be secured properly and the supplier provides updates on regular dates. Fortunately, most new devices are set up for the use of a login account and encryption of your stored data. But be sure to check this with the salesperson. The same applies to …

Versleutel je dataopslag

Je bent op de goede weg als je werkt met een login account op jouw persoonlijke apparaat. Maar eigenlijk moet je nog een stap verder gaan: versleutel je dataopslag. Feitelijk zet je hiermee een ‘slot’ op het interne geheugen zoals de harde schijf. Maar ook op externe geheugens zoals sd-kaarten en usb-sticks. Dáárom versleutelen: Stel, je verliest …

Encrypt your data storage

A login account for your personal device is a good start. But you should not stop there: encrypt your data storage. Basically, you put a lock on its internal memory, such as the hard drive. But also on external memory, such as SD cards and USB drives. This is why you should encrypt data: Imagine your laptop …

Security tips for your smartphone

We presume you were aware of the need for securing your PC, laptop and tablet. Remember to use a login account  and encrypt your stored data. But the same applies to your smartphone. Because that device can also be hacked or infected by viruses and other unwanted apps too. Security? Do it now! How secure is your smartphone? Click here for …

Use a virus scanner

Security and privacy on the internet are not easy to achieve. Virus attacks and internet fraud occur frequently. This is why you should always use a virus scanner for your PC, laptop, tablet and mobile phone. But how to select the best software for this? There is no need to do this by yourself. Check this …

Always use a login account

Your own PC, laptop, tablet and smartphone should be treated as your home. Lock it off when you’re away. Otherwise, anyone can snoop around and check your possessions – or even steal them. That is exactly what happens when you don’t secure your personal device. Fortunately it is easy to secure equipment: use a login …