One question people ask me all the time is what identity theft protection service I recommend. In this week’s mailbag, I’ll explain my surprising answer. You’ll also discover how to protect your home from roving gangs of looters, stop receiving unwanted phone calls and covertly carry cash when you travel.
Over the last several weeks, these daily articles have focused more on global and digital threats, but it’s important that you never let your home security become an afterthought. Check out the piece below from our friends over at 4Patriots. It runs down seven extreme — yet cost-effective — ways to protect your home.
Most people purposefully choose a secluded area for their bug-out location so they won’t have to contend with outsiders. So today, I want to share with you five ways to help keep your bug-out location secure when you are not using it.
This week’s must-read articles focus on unseen (or difficult to spot) threats — like malware that infects your computer without all the fanfare of an accompanying ransom demand or miniscule mites that carry deadly diseases.
A 50-foot wall of water is headed your way — what do you do? You’ve got an empty Altoids can — what survival items should you put in it? Your home is a fortress — but how do you fortify your yard? Let’s find out.
This week, I address reader concerns on how you can protect yourself at home, on the road or anywhere in between. Plus, how to get your little ones involved in prepping for an emergency.
Allow me to welcome you to Black Bag Confidential’s Weekly Drop. Each week, I’ll tackle your most pressing questions — the things that keep you up at night worrying about your safety and the safety of your loved ones. Then I’ll “drop” it in your inbox every Saturday.