Tag Archives: Security
Tips for Travelers 2019: Physical Security...
It’s time for another Tips for Travelers 2019 article, just before many Rocket Yard readers head off for some mid-summer fun over the Independence Day weekend. Today we’ll look...

TipOff 🚀 TipOff #20: Password Protect a...
Of course you protect your Mac with a password, but you can take your security a little further by password protecting individual folders. Open Applications → Utilities → Disk...

Fantastical-650x572 15 Mac Menu Bar Apps You...
Menu Bar apps sit in your Mac’s menu bar and provide access to an array of features and services, all with just a simple click or tap of the...


The X-Files: Trust No One Networking and Security Series: Zero Trust,...
We hope you’ve been learning a lot both about networking and securing networks from the Rocket Yard’s network and security series. So far, that series includes: All About DNS...

7 Mac Mail Tips
For many of us, the Mac’s Mail app is the most often used app in our collection. It has so many features that for most of us, we only...

Data Privacy Day and What it...
Every January 28th, data security groups from around the world host Data Privacy Day events. In the United States, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) organizes events to raise...

Three Months of Mojave: What Works,...
The release of macOS Mojave on Sept. 24, 2018, marked the 15th major release of the OS X/macOS operating system. Mojave is the first version of macOS that doesn’t have...


A List of Apps Having Problems...
Are you getting ready to install macOS Mojave? Or perhaps you’ve already finished the upgrade and have started exploring the new Mojave system. In either case, you may discover...

(Apple's T2 Security Chip. Image via WikiBlog.info) Everything You Need to Know About...
Apple’s newest Macs have a new Apple-designed chip in them — the T2 Security Chip — that integrates several other controllers on Macs (System Management Controller, image signal processor, audio...

U.S., Canada, Australia Customers Can Now...
The ability for customers to download data via Apple’s Data and Privacy portal is now available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The feature was first rolled out for...