This week’s roundup of must-read articles covers a lot of ground — from avoiding cellphone tracking to survival sanitation to door safety. And that’s not all… Read on to discover how to keep all the protection you need right in your wallet, the most critical step of wildfire prep and what to do when a stranger comes calling.
The bottom line is a good door is your home’s first line of defense against brazen criminals. This is why I want to share some stronger options for your front door.
The thing is having a security system with cameras can be a huge deterrent for criminals. But your system is worthless if it’s not set up properly and the devices are not placed in the right areas.
I’m kicking off this edition of the Weekly Drop with a couple of questions about the NOC Knife — including what makes it a superior survival knife and the best way to care for it.
This week’s questions run the gamut from the best self-defense course for kids to my No. 1 shotgun recommendation to practical home security measures for apartment dwellers — and more.
We have seen this scenario before: where disgruntled employees target their former co-workers. So today, I want to cover some workplace safety tips that will help protect you and your coworkers in the event of such a tragedy.
Hundreds of people in the U.S. die each year from being trapped in sinking vehicles. So today, I want to share with you what to do in this situation. Hopefully, you’ll never have to use this information, but if you ever do find yourself in this situation, you’ll be prepared.
I’d like to kick off the first Weekly Drop of 2017 with a great suggestion from one of my readers. This handy gadget means you’ll never have to worry about opening your door to a stranger.
The ease and convenience of online shopping makes it an attractive alternative to braving the hustle and bustle of brick and mortar stores this time of year. But you might inadvertently be bringing danger straight to your front door.