Krystal Rogers-Nelson

Krystal Rogers-Nelson

Krystal is a contributing expert for ASecureLife.com who specializes in home security, personal security, parenting, and family safety. With a degree in international studies, she is an experienced world traveler and sustainable living connoisseur. As a homeowner and mother, she is committed to empowering others with the knowledge and tools needed to live secure and comfortable lives at home and abroad.

How to Deter Burglars: Keeping Potential Robbers Away From Your Home

How to Deter Burglars: Keeping Potential Robbers Away From Your Home

There are a number of things that the average homeowner can do to reduce the likelihood of their homes being burglarized that do not include the installation of a burglar alarm system…

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Security Infographic: A Burglar’s Quest

Security Infographic: A Burglar’s Quest

According to the security infographic, in 2010, every 15 seconds a home was hit by burglary. Fortunately for homeowners there is enough research out there to help you avoid becoming the next victim. Below we will take a look at some of the most recent statistics on home burglary including: how robbers prefer to enter homes, what they prefer to steal and when they are most likely to strike. We will also offer the top five ways to deter burglars.

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Everything You Need To Know About Car Seat Safety

Everything You Need To Know About Car Seat Safety

There’€™s nothing as equally exciting and scary as bringing home a new baby. You probably freaked out a little when you brought your baby home for the first time, and that’s ok! You have a tiny human that depends on you for everything, which is amazing yet worrisome. As a parent, you want your baby to be safe at all times. That’s why you’re Googling car seat safety, right? We’ve got the low down on everything you want to know about car seats and what features you’ll want in yours…

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NSA Data Mining Leak By Snowden

NSA Data Mining Leak By Snowden

On June 6, 2013, The Washington Post and British newspaper The Guardian received top-secret information regarding a data mining program, code-named “PRISM”, which is run by the National Security Agency (NSA).  The leaked documents identify the country’s largest technology companies; Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple; as participants in the program. […]

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