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Computer Security: Best Practices

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A quick article about computer security with a focus on physical and other practical security.
Lock the door to your office when you are not there. This also is known to prevent other types of crime such as theft of computers or small but expensive internal computer parts. Computers in public areas should be locked to heavy tables or bolted to walls. Their cases should be secured so that no one can quickly gain access inside the case with a simple screwdriver. Special designed cables or prevent portable computers from being quickly swiped.
 read more | mail this link | score:5072 | -Ray, November 22, 2000 (Updated: September 27, 2003)
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