Our operating systems include a number of tools that we can use to troubleshoot security issues. In this video, you’ll learn about some of the most common security tools for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.
Digital security can be more important than physical security, especially if your systems access resources across the Internet. In this video, you’ll learn about some of the most important considerations for digital security.
Linux is the most popular open-source operating system in the world, and it’s helpful to know how to keep the system performing well. In this video, you’ll learn about Linux resources for backups, disk maintenance, system updates, and more.
Apple’s Mac OS X operating system includes a number of tools and utilities to keep things running efficiently. In this video, you’ll learn about scheduled backups, disk maintenance options, system updates, and anti-virus options in Mac OS X.
The complexity of mobile device security is compounded when the user community takes advantage of “bring your own device.” In this video, you’ll learn some security best practices around securing these user-owned mobile devices.
Malware has become a common occurrence on our home and business computers. In this video, you’ll learn the best approaches for identifying and eradicating malware from our PCs.
If you are experiencing a security-related problem, then you’re going to need the right tools to get your systems up and running again. In this video, you’ll learn about anti-virus software, the Windows Recovery Console and Command Prompt, System Restore, pre-installation environments, and the Windows Event Viewer.
There are a number of digital security techniques that can help protect your system from the bad guys. In this video, you’ll learn about anti-virus/anti-spyware software, firewalls, account protection, and user rights and permissions