In this week’s batch of must-read articles, we’ll delve into the debate over our right to genetic privacy, you’ll discover where the drought is this week, plus learn how to eliminate over 20 different garden-variety insects — and more.
In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my No. 1 self-defense weapon that’s perfect for the whole family. One of my readers even gave one to his daughter. You’ll also discover how to get that meddlesome browser Chrome off all your devices, the easiest way to avoid being a victim of identity theft and more.
In this week’s mailbag, find out how to stay off the grid without leaving the country, why you can’t trust hotel safes and the best way to maintain your search privacy on the internet with multiple layers of security.
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.
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.
Database specialist Brodie Mower outlines 11 ways your personal information is exposed on a daily basis — without you even realizing it. Plus, you’ll discover what you can do to protect it.
Identity theft hit an all-time high in 2017 and — for the first time ever — more Social Security numbers were stolen than credit card numbers. The bottom line is it’s up to you to keep your information private and out of the hands of thieves. To help you do this, here are four simple tips to minimize the risk of your information being stolen.
The bottom line is there are now three sure things in life: death, taxes and getting hacked. But I’m not sweating it. Here’s why.
Unfortunately, as victims of Hurricane Harvey return to their homes and businesses to face the daunting challenge of rebuilding their lives, there will be fresh dangers waiting for them. To avoid being duped, watch out for these three common scams.
Using a VPN (virtual private network) is one of the best things you can do prevent identity theft. Today, I’m giving you the chance to try out my preferred VPN for FREE, plus expert answers to reader questions. Check it out.