Protecting against cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Security professionals see the world differently and it’s their nature to question potential vulnerabilities. (Photo: momius/Adobe Stock)

How safe is your home from burglary? One way to gain some perspective is to consider how you might try to gain entry to your home if you were a thief. You might start by checking for unlocked doors and windows, gaining access through your garage, or checking under the welcome mat for a key.

Using this process effectively could help you, the homeowner, identify and address any potential vulnerabilities to protect your property.

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