Closing the gaps in home security for greater peace of mind

While a safe and crime-free society would be ideal, the reality is that thousands of homes are broken into every year across Australia. The most recent national crime figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that in the 2019-20 financial year, 238,100 households experienced a break-in…

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Four ways to ensure your loved ones are okay during the pandemic

With many Australians unable to travel at the moment, it can be a troubling time when you need to check in on your loved ones, particularly those who are vulnerable or have special needs. According to Health Direct, an Australian government health advisory service, nearly 1 in 3 older Australians experienced a fall in the […]

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Top Home Automation Trends For 2020

Thanks to new technologies, our homes are getting smarter. Entertainment, home and business security systems can be improved and automated using smart home technology, devices, and applications. Let’s discuss the top smart home trends 2020 has to offer. But first, what is home automation? What is Home Automation? Home automation uses smart home devices and […]

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Don’t become a crime statistic this summer

While crime rates may have declined over the last decade, there’s no room for complacency with an estimated 11 per cent – more than one million Australians – reporting a household crime during 2017-2018; break-ins, attempted break-ins, motor vehicle theft, theft from a motor vehicle and malicious property damage[1] were the most commonly cited offences. If […]

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Teaching kids good security habits from an early age

If we want our children to develop good habits, we need to teach them when they’re young and lead by example. This is particularly important when it comes to home security, ensuring we model behaviour and explain the importance of following some basic rules.

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