CS111 Personal Cyber Safety

RESOURCES: WEEK 4

Protecting Your Data

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ASSIGNED MATERIALS

  1. Organizing and Safeguarding Information on Disk
  2. Beginner’s Guide to Encryption
  3. Enabling BitLocker to go for External Hard Drives and USB Flash Drives
  4. Turn Any USB Memory Stick Into An Ultra-Secure, Password Protected Filestore [OS X Tips]

 

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

A Beginner's Guide to Encryption: What It Is and How to Set it Up (LifeHacker)

Introduction to Cryptography

A beginner's guide to encryption (CSMonitor)

The Risks of Using Portable Devices - US-CERT

Guidance on the Storage of Sensitive Data on Portable Devices and Media

Should You Encrypt Your Computer Hard Drive (10:15)

 

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