Keeping Your Mac Secure, Part 2: FileVault
Join OWC Erica as she discusses how to keep your Mac more secure by setting up FileVault which is built right in to the OS. For more videos from OWC, check out our YouTube channel. And for more on...

In the Vault: How to Encrypt Files On Your Mac
With macOS, it’s (relatively) easy to encrypt files — that is, you can translate your data into a secret code so others can’t view it without your permission.   Encryption is the best way to ensure security and peace...

How to Revert a drive from APFS back to HFS+
Apple’s new APFS (Apple File System) format is the default format for storage under macOS 10.14 Mojave, replacing the dependable and long-lived HFS+ format. However, there are still some instances where HFS+ needs to be used. For example, APFS is...

How to Securely Erase an SSD Without Damaging the Drive
The process of securely wiping a drive, that is, removing every bit of the data it contains and scrambling its content enough to protect the information stored on the drive from prying eyes, is fairly well understood for old-fashioned...