Sometimes it can be hard to keep your belongings safe while you are on the go. Luckily, there are many tools that make it easier. Things like notebook locks and personal safes are extremely handy and portable enough that you can take them with you wherever you go. These are some of the coolest tools that can help protect your things.
Laptop privacy screens
Privacy can be quite tricky when you’re working in a public place like a coffee shop or an airplane. There is always a nosy neighbor who wants to see what you’re working on. Unfortunately, if you’re working on something with sensitive data, there is not an easy way to keep your neighbor from spotting it.
Laptop privacy screens get rid of the need to crouch over your screen and constantly minimize windows by obscuring any view from an angle. Viewing the screen from an angle results in a seriously darkened screen, which makes it challenging to really see anything.
Handheld paper shredder
Shredding documents is an easy way to prevent others from getting a hold of sensitive information, but it becomes a lot less easy when you are traveling. Handheld paper shredders are small and portable, and they make shredding documents a simple task no matter where you are.
Mandylion Password Manager
Strong passwords are vital to our security. They are one of the best ways to protect your sensitive information from hackers and evildoers. Strong passwords aren’t always so easy to create and keep track of, however, which is why we often need a little help.
Fortunately, the Mandylion Password Manager quickly and easily comes up with unique and incredibly strong passwords. It touts “military-grade password protection” and can help you manage up to 50 logins. With this, the only password you need to remember is the one for the Password Manager.
Anyone who works outside of the office every once in awhile knows how tricky it can be to really secure your belongings as well as information. These tools, and others like them, make the security much easier to attain.
For more security gadget ideas, check out this Mashable article.