Angela Ricketts was sitting in her Colorado home reading a book when she received the unimaginable. A Facebook message from someone she didn’t know threatening to harm her family.
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.
Russia has continued to push boundaries and test their cyber capabilities in preparation for a large-scale attack on our power grid. When Russia cuts our power, here’s how to make your own.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers every aspect of safety and survival from cybersecurity to self-defense to emergency preparedness — starting with a natural disaster virtually no one is ready for.
This week’s batch of must-read articles deals with the issue of scarcity. Whether it’s a lack of water, light, ammunition or money, you’ve got to know how to get by and survive.
Chemical weapons can be fatal in incredibly small doses, which is one of the reasons they are so hazardous. If you ever find yourself in the vicinity of a chemical attack, it is critical that you take the following steps to minimize the risks.
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’ Science and Security Board recently moved the minute hand of the Doomsday Clock to 11:58 — two minutes to catastrophe. For a detailed breakdown of what this means, what’s in store and what major threats contributed to the time change, check out this article.
Today, I want to share with you the top three security threats we will most likely face in 2018 — here in the U.S. as well as around the world.
This week’s rundown of must-read articles examines looming threats from all over the globe. But first, I’d like to address a risk you could run into on any given day — right in your own home.
The FBI has noticed a troubling trend with Russian diplomats. What exactly are the up to? The answer may surprise you…