I was one of those flagged by Twitter in their latest breach, which has triggered another round of paranoia. I concede that this may not have been my fault, nor is there's no single magic bullet. However, I would like to really improve the security of my home network, especially since I'm starting to experiment with home automation. Our network has a mixture of Windows, Macs and Linux machines, iOS, Android and other mobile devices, and game consoles, as well as some "gadgets", like Twine, SmartThings and Nest. I'd like to retain the ability to remotely access the network securely from iOS and Android devices. Other than that, open to hearing what I should do/not do and what I should invest in. I guess, the question is whether there is any way to get mega-corp-like security without spending mega-corp-like bucks?