Encrypt a disc image in MacOSX

Why should you encrypt a disc image? Well, for one, it’s good to keep sensitive files safe. This isn’t the end-all-be-all solution, but it would definitely keep your images from getting tampered with if someone got a hold of say your tax information.
We keep one around for business sensitive documents but MacInstruct has the tutorial on how to create a disc image and mount it for your use and then burning it to a disc afterwards if you need to keep it safe somewhere.
It’s very simple, probably about three clicks and the typing of the name of the image and a password for the image. In any case, if you didn’t know how to do it for MacOSX, here’s your chance.