Making Your Apartment Secure With Professionals
A sense of security is one of the basic needs people need and in our modern societies, expect. Fulfilling it, we create a base for our personal growth and development. When we feel safe, we can be ourselves, relax, and work without constantly looking over our shoulders. Our private space, our territory, is untouchable, at least it should be. So what are the rules needed to be followed in order to properly answer the question of how to prevent home burglary, especially with respect to apartments? Different surveys report that thieves' approach robbing residential houses differently from apartments.
Sure Lock & Key wants to provide you with tips that will work for your particular situation, so you won’t need to concoct something new on your own. We put together our experience as well as our customers whose apartments were unfortunately intruded upon. They are sad stories with which to learn from. Finally we have come up with a list of suggestions on how to secure an apartment. Let’s secure your home!
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Protect Your Wi-Fi Network
- Change your Wi-Fi name. Let it be a name understood only by you. No data about the company that manufactured a router, no data that can be related to the password.
- Use a strong and unique password. Once again. Let it be something no one would be able to guess or unravel.
- Enable WP2 encryption. Most routers have this function turned off by default. Ensure it works as soon as you get the router installed or at least as soon as you’ve read our blog post.
- Don’t forget to update your router software. This is a super important step. Many people work daily to provide us with better protection, don’t neglect their efforts.
- Use a firewall. Sometimes it can be turned off, just like the encryption. Make sure it works so that you are protected from viruses and malware.
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