This week’s mailbag kicks off with the No. 1 way to keep from being tracked using your cellphone. You’ll also discover which anti-virus software you should NOT use, two ways to strengthen your window security and still enjoy fresh air, three easy self-defense moves you can teach your kids and more.
Let’s be honest: Most of us probably send text messages we want to remain private. Here’s a simple way to send encrypted communications from your smartphone.
The debate about whether the government has the right to access encrypted data on personal devices is not going away anytime soon. The FBI claims their actions are necessary to thwart terrorism, while tech companies (including Apple) maintain this practice raises serious privacy concerns.
When it comes to home security, there is a seemingly endless stream of gadgets you can install to help keep your family safe — cameras, door locks, flood lights and motion sensors, among others — and you can purchase many of these devices with smart technology capabilities so they can be remotely controlled and monitored from your smartphone. Here’s why you should.
As I’ve said before, the most important thing you can do if you’re caught in an active shooter scenario is MOVE. Once you are in a defensive position that is well hidden and away from the site of the shooting, it’s time for the next phase of survival.
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.
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.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?
Imagine that you’re in a survival situation and your bug-out bag is so heavy you can’t keep up. Well, here are some items I recommend removing to lighten your load so you can actually bug out when you need to.