your home is a sanctuary. It’s where everything important happens, and yet, valuable gear is smaller, lighter, and easier to dispose of than ever. Cars, now secured by advanced immobilization, aren’t hotwired away any more — thieves would sooner dart into your house, take the keys, and be gone with your vehicle in seconds. If you happen to be targeted you’ll want to know about it fast, employ the most secure methods you can to fortify your home, and — if worst comes to worst — have the evidence you need to catch the culprit.

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