3 on-the-go security gadgets

3 on-the-go security gadgets

Making sure all of your belongings are secure at all times is a tall order. Thankfully, there are some tools that make it much easier. Portable security devices can be hard to find, but we have found several that work quite well.

Laptop privacy screens

Privacy can be extremely challenging when you’re working in a public place like a coffee shop or an airplane. There is always a nosy neighbor who wants to see what you’re working on. Unfortunately, if you’re working on something with sensitive data, there is not an easy way to keep your neighbor from spotting it.

Laptop privacy screens get rid of the need to crouch over your screen and constantly minimize windows by obscuring any view from an angle. Looking at the screen from an angle results in a seriously darkened screen, which makes it difficult to really see anything.

Handheld paper shredder

Shredding documents is one of the oldest tricks in the book when it comes to data security. Unfortunately, traditional paper shredders aren’t very portable, so it’s not so easy to do when you’re on the go. Handheld shredders make it simple to keep up with this simple security measure even when you’re not at home or in the office.

Mandylion Password Manager

Secure passwords are hard to think of. Even when you do this, that password should only be used for one account so you have to do it once again next time.

The Mandylion Password Manager creates strong, unique passwords for you and will manage up to 50 accounts. It boasts “military-grade password protection” that you can take with you anywhere.

Anybody who ever does any work outside of the office knows that it can sometimes be difficult to secure all of your data and belongings. These gadgets, and many others like them, can go a long way in the fight for on-the-go security.

If you’d like to check out even more gadgets that can help you stay secure, check out this Mashable article.

By | 2016-10-27T15:52:36+00:00 March 30th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on 3 on-the-go security gadgets

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