This week’s drop is a bit of a mixed bag. I’ll show you an email scam to avoid, address concerns over sentient appliances, clear up some cybersecurity confusion and introduce a special guest who will be joining us for next week’s mailbag.
Black Bag Confidential
I’m a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, however, I also believe in keeping guns out of “bad guys’” hands. So should a convicted felon have the right to bear arms? Let’s discuss.
With the ever-growing usage of interconnected wireless devices, we’re giving hackers more and more ways to disrupt our everyday lives. And now there’s a way for hackers to disrupt your life — literally.
The questions just keep pouring in. This week’s drop covers advice for knife users, how to generate your own power, ammo recommendations and more.
A number of communities across the country have noticed an uptick in residential burglaries. Is yours one of them? Here are three ways you can find out what’s going on in your neighborhood.
The media firestorm this week centers on President Trump’s immigration ban. And since my goal is to provide you with information to better protect yourself and your loved ones, I hope you’ll take a close look at the first of this week’s must-read articles.
To get to as many of your inquiries as possible, this week’s mailbag will be more like a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers — including why I can’t in good conscience stay out of politics.
It’s one of the biggest threats we will face in the near future, and we as a nation are woefully unprepared. But here’s how you can prepare for when the power goes out.
This edition of the Weekly Drop focuses on firearms. Guns are certainly a hot-button issue, but I truly believe there’s no better way to defend house and home.
Protecting my personal information was one of the most important security measures I implemented when I joined the CIA. Even now that I’m no longer in the Agency, this simple precaution still helps me feel safer at home.