- May 12, 2014
-- Utah’s Leading Family Safety Expert, Brett Lechtenberg, recently released a free report called, “Internet Self Defense For Your Home” to help the average person learn how they can easily and effectively safeguard their home and family from many common tactics used by internet hackers. Normally Brett focuses on physical self defense skills, but after reading a disturbing story online about a hacker who accessed a family’s baby monitor and tried to communicate with the toddler through the camera’s microphone, he put together some information on internet protection.
Brett says in his article, “I have read and heard these types of stories before and as a parent I find these types of stories pretty disturbing. Since I have run across these stories a lot more lately I thought I would give some general advice for home and personal protection from hackers…. I contacted a friend of mine who is a computer whiz and teaches personal and corporate computer safety and put together a list of things that the average home owner could do with very little computer skills.”
Some of the topics that Brett covers in his article include password protection for your devices, where to safely position your electronic devices, and even how to make your computer appear to be a harder target to discourage would-be hackers from invading. All of the internet safety techniques that he discusses are easy for anyone to apply in their home.
Every week Brett releases new articles on personal and family safety. To access these free reports which include topics such as internet safety, gun safety, and basic self defense techniques to protect you and your family, just visit www.brettlechtenberg.com
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Brett Lechtenberg is Utah's top expert on personal and family safety. Dubbed Utah's Leading Family Safety Expert, Brett has trained thousands of everyday people to empower themselves both physically and mentally, as they learn the safest and most effective methods of personal protection. People can contact Brett through his website at http://www.brettlechtenberg.com