In this week’s Must-Read articles you will learn ways you can overcome personal tragedy, how to prevent the spreading of germs, how you can use your watch for a compass, ways to avoid and treat hypothermia and frostbite, and also, how to create home heat when your electricity is out. Let’s dive in… 7 Ways …
Unfortunately, bad guys will use any available information to their advantage. So today, I want to share with you a few things you should consider about what information you’re sharing with the world.
When it comes to home security, there is a seemingly endless stream of gadgets you can install to help keep your family safe — cameras, door locks, flood lights and motion sensors, among others — and you can purchase many of these devices with smart technology capabilities so they can be remotely controlled and monitored from your smartphone. Here’s why you should.
Keep in mind I’m not a lawyer. But I do know that in most states you’re allowed to defend yourself if you fear for your life or serious bodily injury. That being said, I want to share with you a few cases of criminals trying to place blame on their victims and hopefully give you some food for thought.
There are many reasons a person may want to vanish and resume their life elsewhere — from escaping an abusive relationship to credibility-destroying identity theft. If you’re all out of options, this short video will show you how to stealthily relocate.
On June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen entered the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida and opened fire on innocent clubgoers in one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S history. As a result of this incident, the U.S. government updated its surveillance procedures. Here’s what you need to know.
A nuclear attack could certainly affect millions of people, but a smallpox attack, for example, could be even more devastating because there’s no 100% effective way to stop the spread of such a contagious disease. With this in mind, here are a three simple things you should do to prepare for a potential bioterror attack to increase your chances of survival.
Thanks to international education partnerships between higher education institutes across the globe, many students travel to other countries to study abroad while attending college. Not only do Americans travel to other countries, but students from all over the world come to American universities and colleges. None of this should surprise you. But what if I told you that classrooms and auditoriums in the hallowed halls of higher education are a MAJOR target for espionage activities? Well, it’s true. And here’s a prime example.
Public Wi-Fi is incredibly susceptible to hackers — I don’t recommend using it unless you’re also using a VPN (virtual private network). But most people feel pretty safe using their own personal Wi-Fi connection at home or work, right? If you’re one of those people, here is a good reason you should be a little more careful — no matter what wireless network you are connected to.
Last month, Apple unveiled two new hotly anticipated versions of the iPhone: the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, both of which feature Face ID facial recognition technology. I have no doubt using facial recognition software to identify people will soon become a security standard on many devices. However, there are some big risks that can’t be ignored — and should be addressed before facial recognition becomes commonplace.