Several of the inquiries I received this week have to do with cybersecurity and security of digital communications. I’m glad so many readers are taking this stuff seriously — and taking the necessary steps to protect their information.
Black Bag Confidential
In these pages I’ve discussed many ways to fortify your home. Today, I’m going to focus on a key area of home protection that is often overlooked — even though it’s right in front of your face.
This week’s must-read articles cover three steps you can take to protect your privacy and what the latest WikiLeaks release means for the Intelligence Community, as well as how to prepare for landslides and how to foster good situational awareness in young minds.
This edition of the Weekly Drop covers how to spot and lose a tail, how to acquire a gun suppressor and the best self-defense techniques for the elderly. Take a look.
Here are the top five worst places to hide your valuables in case of a home burglary… and where to stash them instead.
Internet privacy regulations are on the chopping block this week, which means it’s more important than ever to do whatever you possibly can to protect your personal data.
This edition of the weekly drop covers some advice on where to bug out when the SHTF, what electronics to protect in the event of an EMP, the best guns for home defense and one more item you could add to your escape bag. Let’s get started.
Even though they probably should be more careful, people send confidential information through email all the time. Today, I’d like to share with you a simple, secure and free way to encrypt any email that contains sensitive information.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, most of this week’s articles focus on prepping. Because any number of crises could throw your daily life into turmoil — from an unexpected weather event to the imposition of martial law. Don’t you want to be prepared?
Part of my goal for the Weekly Drop is to foster a dialogue among my readership. Pooling the best prepping advice means everyone can be better prepared for the unexpected. When the SHTF, you’ve got to look out for you and yours, but there’s no us-versus-them in prepping