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Never drive home if you think someone is following you. Go to the nearest police or fire station or open business to get help.

Post your house number clearly and keep it well-lit at night. This will help the police respond to an emergency or assist in the reporting of one.

Create complex passwords for each of your accounts, and avoid reusing passwords across multiple sites. Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.

Whenever possible, enable two-factor authentication for your accounts. This adds an extra layer of security by requiring a second form of verification, such as a code sent to your phone or email.

Regularly update your operating system, software applications, and antivirus programs to patch security vulnerabilities and protect against the latest threats.

Be cautious of unsolicited emails, messages, or links that ask for your personal information or credentials. Verify the legitimacy of requests before providing sensitive information.

Use strong passwords and encryption (e.g., WPA2) to secure your home Wi-Fi network. Avoid using default network names (SSIDs) and change default router passwords.

Create regular backups of important files and data to protect against data loss from malware, hardware failures, or other incidents. Store backups in secure locations, preferably offline or in the cloud with strong encryption.

Restrict user access privileges and permissions to only what is necessary for their roles and responsibilities. Implement the principle of least privilege to minimize the impact of potential security breaches.

Protect your devices from physical theft or unauthorized access by using strong passwords, biometric authentication, and encryption. Enable remote tracking and wiping features for mobile devices.

Stay informed about common security threats, scams, and best practices for online safety. Educate yourself and your family members about potential risks and how to avoid them.

Keep doors and windows locked when you’re away from home or during nighttime hours. Use deadbolts, security bars, and sturdy locks to reinforce entry points.

Install security cameras and alarms to monitor and deter intruders. Cameras should be placed strategically to cover vulnerable areas such as entry points, driveways, and outdoor spaces.

Keep your garage door closed and locked at all times to prevent unauthorized entry. Store vehicles in a locked garage or parking area, and never leave keys or valuables inside.

Install outdoor lighting with motion sensors to illuminate dark areas and deter trespassers. Ensure that entry points, pathways, and parking areas are well-lit at night.

Be wary of sharing information about your whereabouts or travel plans on social media platforms. Posting about vacations or extended absences can attract unwanted attention to your home.

Join or establish a neighbourhood watch program to collaborate with neighbours and law enforcement authorities in monitoring and reporting suspicious activities.

Store outdoor equipment, tools, and ladders in locked sheds or storage areas when not in use. These items can be used by intruders to gain access to your property or as weapons during break-ins.

Strengthen entry points such as doors and windows with additional security features. Consider installing reinforced door frames, security screens, and shatter-resistant glass to make it harder for intruders to break in.

Perform routine security audits to assess the effectiveness of your physical security measures. Identify any weaknesses or vulnerabilities and take corrective actions to address them promptly.

Regularly test your CCTV and intrusion detection systems to ensure your security measures are functioning effectively. Conduct routine checks of camera feeds, motion sensors, and alarms to verify that they are capturing and detecting activity as intended.

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