No Brainer Network Security Tips

A commonsense checklist to keep gadgets safe.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted May 9, 2011
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In this article on Business World, a list of simple tips to safeguard gadgets and software can help avoid damage and data hacking is offered. Although described as commonsense, the article suggest that people get comfortable and neglect the basic network safety rules when it comes to gadgets.


"It’s a no-brainer that you should invest in a good internet security suite like Norton 360, so that your basic antivirus and internet protection needs are met. 360, for example, even installs a Facebook plugin that monitors your wall and news feed for malicious links, and deletes them. That apart, keep your Windows updates and PC software up to date – many software makers release fixes for known bugs and security flaws, and avoiding these updates is just downright asking for trouble.

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