Adams-Hall Publishing

Computer Guru Security Guide

How to Protect Your Computer, Your Mobile Devices & Your Information On & Off the Internet


By Don Silver and Susan Silver


Easy, essential (but often overlooked) security for everyone using computers, cellphones or other tech tools:

 

Do you know how to protect the privacy of your emails, bank transactions and your office work while working wirelessly on your laptop in public (e.g., at a café, library, hotel or airport)?

 

Do you know how to set up a simple, secure wireless network?

 

Do you know how to protect yourself when using Bluetooth?

 

Do you know how easy it is to backup and disaster-proof your computers?

 

You can learn all this and much more for under $3 and in just 50 pages with the COMPUTER GURU SECURITY GUIDE. This e-book shows you how to protect yourself, your computer and your mobile devices—on and off the Internet.

 

 

Praise for the acclaimed TEACH YOUR COMPUTER TO DANCE paperback book by Don Silver and Susan Silver:

 

"You can pick any page at random and find yourself saying, that’s a good idea." -- Andrew Kantor, Technology Columnist, USA TODAY

 

"I learned something new on almost every page." -- Andrew Blackman, Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

 

"Great book for the computer genius or novice. It's a must-have book for people of all professions." -- Rochelle Stewart, The Boston Herald

 

"I like this book a lot. It’s written by people who know what they’re talking about and who are up on the latest PC and Internet technologies." --Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, Oxford University, and Co-Founder of Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society

 

"Highly recommended for all computer users. Full of practical tips and sound advice presented in an easy-to-read format." -- Suzi Turner, Spyware Researcher and Consultant, owner of SpywareWarrior.com and writer of the Spyware Confidential blog, ZDNet.com

 

"Has dozens of expert tips for securing your computing experience. It also contains a ton of great advice for readers of any level." -- Roger A. Grimes, Security Adviser Columnist, InfoWorld, and author of four books on computer security