This week’s batch of must-read articles covers a whole host of new threats — from Ebola to steam explosions to domestic violence. Read on to find out how to protect yourself.
Hackers aren’t the only entity that can disrupt utilities. Natural disasters, human error and aging infrastructure can also lead to large-scale outages. To prepare for a prolonged interruption to critical systems, here are five things to keep in mind.
Key cards are not as secure as you think… They’re the target of a super-simple new hack that allows criminals to get into your hotel room or office in under 60 seconds. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Here are some of the biggest cyberattacks over the last week, plus several ways you can protect your information whether or not it has been compromised.
Today I want to share with you four ways criminals may try to bypass or disable your home security cameras — and how you can stay one step ahead of these tricky thieves.
The Equifax hack isn’t the only major breach to have been exposed this month. Although it affected significantly fewer people, the hack I’m going to tell you about today is potentially far more damaging.
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.
With all the importance placed on emergency preparedness, one aspect of prepping that isn’t addressed enough is that there’s more than one way to do it. So today’s batch of must-read articles discuss prepping considerations specific to certain groups, including pet owners and students.
It’s no secret I’m not a fan of using social media. But if you don’t want to deactivate your accounts, at least take a look at this week’s first reader question for some social media safety tips you should start implementing today.