Read our review of Cox Homelife security systems and see how its features, pricing, and plans compare to some of the bigger players in the home security field.
If you’re looking for a consistent home security company, LiveWatch is a good and safe option. However, if you’re looking for an evolving, modern home alarm system, you may want to consider other options. LiveWatch covers the basics but hasn’t done much in the way of innovation lately. We’ve covered what LiveWatch does well and where it falls short so you can decide whether LiveWatch is the security company for you.
Scout Alarm is one of our top recommendations for anyone wanting a simple DIY security system with aesthetic equipment. Read on for pros and cons, pricing, and more.
The August Doorbell Cam Pro covers the basics, and it’s a great smart doorbell if you’re looking primarily to save, capture, and replay video. Plus, it has a standout feature called HindSight that captures the moments leading up to a motion alert.
Identity Guard is on the pricier side, but it has decent identity fraud protection. All plans offer Social Security number and dark web monitoring, access to your risk management score, and up to $1 million in reimbursement with identity theft insurance.
1Password offers secure password storage, a customizable password generator, and unique security measures specifically for travelers. It’s certainly a solid choice if you’re looking for a password manager, but is it worth the price? Keep reading to learn more about 1Password and find out if it’s a good fit for you…
How do the Equifax credit freeze and credit monitoring services compare to the competition? Check out prices, plans, and our recommendation.
Experian is a major credit bureau offering credit monitoring and identity theft protection. We’ll tell you what you should know about its subscriptions.
Credit Sesame offers a free basic plan and inexpensive paid plans, making it a great choice for credit monitoring on a budget. Check out prices, plans, and the features we like the best. While it doesn’t offer as much coverage as more expensive credit monitoring services, but it’s still a great and inexpensive option with positive customer reviews.
We’ve tested a lot of doorbell cameras, but none have impressed us quite as much as the Nest Hello. It’s not just a good-looking doorbell; it’s also packed with an ultra-sharp 1080p camera and a whole bunch of features like facial recognition, time-lapse recording, and customized activity zones that add real value to the Nest Hello’s daily usability in any home.