A password-protected screen saver can protect your computer for those moments when you need to step away for a coffee refill.
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Adding a Microsoft Windows screen saver password can help protect your computer for the times when you’re not at the computer. Below are the steps required for creating a password in a Microsoft Windows screen saver.
If you’re using Microsoft Windows XP or later it will use the same password you use to login to the computer as the password for when you resume the computer from the screen saver. If you’re using Microsoft Windows ME, 98, or Windows 95, you can specify the password you want to use by clicking the Change button.
If you’re trying to protect all the devices and data at your company, one of the simplest measures that you can take is making sure you are password protecting everything.
Many companies use Windows computers, so don’t forget to set a password to display after your computer is inactive. Depending on your workplace, this may be required by your information security policies.
An effective information security program relies on protecting all your devices and systems that collect or store data. Don’t forget the small steps that could leave your data vulnerable.
Do you have a company security policy that requires you to password protect your company?