Although thumb drives are great for storing data, you must be careful that your data is safe. Kim Komando gives these four practical tips for keeping your data safe:
Guard the drive, watch out for viruses, Encrypt the data, back it up.
She writes The greatest benefit of thumb drives is their portability. They slip easily into your pocket. But that’s also their greatest drawback. They’re easily lost or stolen, jeopardizing your sensitive data. Also, they can transfer viruses between computers. Read all her advice here
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