Today, encryption plays an important role in cybersecurity. It allows businesses to secure customers’ information, allows us to navigate the internet without the fear of anyone else eavesdropping, and allows remote employees to connect to the work network securely. However, even though encryption is crucial for protecting one’s data, not many average home users utilize encryption. Average home users should be encrypting their desktops, laptops, and mobile devices because encryption is the most useful technology for protecting one’s privacy. However, many people don’t know where to start; they are daunted by the technology. This blog will help you encrypt your drive using an open-source program called VeraCrypt.
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