In the past few months, there have been some horrific murders of joggers. Many of these murders occurred in broad daylight, dispelling the myth that these attacks only happen in the dark. So here are seven ways to stay safe while jogging.
In the first of this week’s must-read articles, you’ll learn how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft when you least expect it. Today’s roundup also discusses the White House’s new cyber policy, the practicality of drone registration and why many preppers will die when the SHTF.
You can never take your safety for granted, and you need to know how to react if, heaven forbid, you find yourself in a situation like the one that just took place in Manchester, England. So here are some quick tips if you ever see that day…
Prepping is something everyone can (and should) do. But I understand that age, illness and physical disabilities can present extra challenges when planning for an emergency. But where there’s a will, there’s a way — and sometimes all you really need are a few good ideas to get you started.
Fusion centers are a way for local, state and federal agencies to share intelligence information for analysis. Are these centers useful in thwarting terrorist plots? Or are they invading the privacy of innocent Americans? Let’s take a look.
This week’s selection of articles strikes a pretty even balance between technological threats and the perils of Mother Nature. It just goes to show that in this day and age, you need to be prepared for anything.
Hackers are attacking smartphones with a new type of malware, stealing your personal information and putting you at risk. Here’s a simple way to check if your device has been infected.
There is so much going on in the world, it’s impossible to stay up-to-date on the latest threats to your safety and liberty. Which is why each week, I’ll comb the web for five must-read articles to keep you informed. Think of this as your “defensive dossier.” Because it’s easier to prepare for any kind of danger if you can see it coming.