How to secure network-attached drives and data

By Fred Langa

Data held on network-attached storage (NAS) drives and appliances could be at risk from hackers and snoops. Here's what you can do about it. Plus: Whether refreshing an IP address can help you avoid potential legal trouble, and a question about software for uninterruptible power supplies.

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