disk encryption

How to enable disk encryption in OS X

Encrypting data should be as natural as locking your apartment.

Click on the Play button above to learn how to enable disk encryption.

In recent versions of OS X, there is no need to install additional software because disk encryption feature is already embedded in the operating system. Activation and using are simple and straightforward.

In this video, you will see few simple steps for enabling encryption on your computer.

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