Today, survival expert and former Navy SEAL platoon commander Cade Courtley covers the basics of OTG living — including what essential supplies you’ll need.
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.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screens almost 2 million people per day. You wouldn’t believe some of the stuff they confiscate. Now, I’m not recommending that you bring anything dangerous or illegal on board, but if you’ve got a tactical pen, here’s how to get it through airport security.
Selling a house is stressful enough without having to worry about the security of your home while it’s on the market. Here are five ways you can keep your home safe and secure while still appealing to potential buyers.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
Today’s Weekly Drop is a collection of questions and answers that address various aspects of protecting your privacy — online and in everyday life. Let’s take a look.
Time for another edition of the Weekly Drop! I certainly hope this has been a useful tool to effectively answer your most pressing safety and survival questions. But if you’re a more hands-on learner, boy, do I have an opportunity for you
Last Monday, I stopped by Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show Harry to discuss ways to make your intruder-proof. In case you missed it, I’ve prepared this video alert to fill you in.
Several of the inquiries I received this week have to do with cybersecurity and security of digital communications. I’m glad so many readers are taking this stuff seriously — and taking the necessary steps to protect their information.
Wi-Fi is great. It’s convenient, allows for widespread coverage, increases the portability of devices and is cost-effective. But wireless networks — especially in your home — are also a common target for hackers trying to steal your personal information. To protect your wireless network from unauthorized access, simply follow these three steps.