In this week’s mailbag, learn how to store a secret cache of survival gear, which models to try if you’re looking for a shotgun with less recoil and how to create a simple Faraday cage out of household items. Plus, one reader offers a fantastic solution for protecting your data if you choose to use cloud storage.
The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. But the fact is customs and border patrol agents can seize electronic devices for inspection — without a warrant or probable cause — and there is simply nothing you can do to stop them. Except take this one simple precaution.
Just as you should continually update and improve the security of your home, you need to do the same thing when it comes to the security of your electronic devices. Here are a few quick tips so you don’t end up among the 73% of Americans who have been the victim of some type of cybercrime.
Today, I want to review five common home security mistakes that make your home an easy target for a burglar looking for a crime of opportunity. Let’s get started.
According to former CIA Director James Woolsey, North Korea could potentially launch an electromagnetic-pulse (EMP) attack against the U.S. The effects of such an attack would be devastating. Here’s how to prepare.
The new year brings with it new beginnings and new fears. Which is why it’s more important than ever to plan ahead. In 2017, resolve to prepare yourself for any situation. This week’s roundup gives you a good place to start.