Ten tips for smart post-CES security

Monday, 15 January 2007, 4:54 PM EST

For many tech folk, the holidays and the tsunami of CES-timed product launches mean new toys. For others, a wave of corporate upgrades and acquisition as new budgets fall into place and post-season discounts appear. Because of this increased buying activity, the risk of exposure to malfeasance rises, even if the relative potential incidence remains the same. Even with honest vendors and stores, exposure, compromise or loss of information in transit remains an issue both for personal and corporate orders. Risks can be curbed, however, with a little awareness at the purchasing, delivery and implementation stages -- good advice year round.

At Computerworld.

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