Did you know that one home is broken into every 14.6 seconds? Home theft may be more common than you think, but taking safety measures can greatly reduce your risk of a burglary attempt. This infographic shows surprising statistics about home theft and prevention tips that can help you protect you and your belongings.
What’s the easiest way to score a million dollars? By stealing it of course! There’s a million reasons why you shouldn’t steal, but SimpliSafe reveals seven major heists that were successful in the following infographic.
Have you ever wonder what Steve Jobs’ drivers license and Paris Hilton’s underwear have in common? Look no further! Security Choice presents “Stealing The Spotlight – Most Bizarre Celebrity Home Break-ins” where they have gone through the news and picked five interesting stories about celebrities who had to deal with intruders in the past five years.
If you own a motorbike or are thinking about getting one then you need to take a look at this infographic, which shows you just how at risk you might be from having that expensive purchase stolen. Have a look at these statistics and make sure that you don’t become one and then compare motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare.
Statistics show that 62% of crimes occur during the day between 10 am & 3pm. A criminal like Neal could steal your jewelry, firearms, silver, and cash in about 12 seconds once inside your home. How hard (or easy) can it be for a thief or burglar to break into your house?
This new infographic from Bit9 explains the real life issues with securing a company’s technology and intellectual property. Have a look to find out who you should be looking out for and how to best protect yourself.
In today’s fragile economy, protecting the assets and sanctity of your home is more important than ever. One of the keys is creating multiple layers of defense that a thief must penetrate before gaining access to your home. This infographic provides some tips for better home security.
Every since I saw the 2002 feature film, Panic Room, I’ve wanted one of my own. Of course, that will have to wait till when (and if) we build a custom home. This Infographic provides some guidelines on building a panic room the right way.