In seconds, $600 disappeared from the Starbucks customer’s bank account on Christmas Day, wiping out her checking account. Her only mistakes? She linked her Starbucks prepaid card and mobile app to her bank account – and had a password that hackers were able to crack. Easily.
A rehearsed response can help save a life in a crisis. Take the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting. If you had been there, would you have known what to do?
What will your holiday routine look like? These tips will help you keep safe from the threat of carjacking this holiday season.
Jess T., a police sergeant in New York City, offers the following tips to help keep you safe if you’re caught up in civil unrest.
Extreme weather creates extreme threat. We focus on a few of the most nasty weather threats to give you a good start on preparedness.
Bad guys watch your every move to identify the times you travel and the routes you take to determine their attack points. Jim P. shares his first-hand insights on how to know when you’re under physical surveillance and what to do about it.
Ken, a retired DEA agent, walked into an ambush while working undercover. Ken didn’t stop to think through his options. He’d already played out ambush scenarios in his head days before the first shot rang out.
Considering online dating, er, mating? Predator offers seven steps to keep you and your family safe while making the digital love connection.
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Predator: Henry V., Louisiana state prison Discussion: “That guy had it coming. He thought he was such a big shot. Always telling me I…