Buy Your Copy of “Preppers, Personal Privacy and OP SEC”

The matter of personal privacy is becoming more important than ever these days. And perhaps as a prepper you’ve heard of something called OP SEC. I talked about these issues with Riverwalker on DestinySurvival Radio. View my post about it here.

Now you can order Preppers, Personal Privacy and OP SEC and get Riverwalker’s insights on this subject in a Kindle book. He graceously agreed I could compile material from our DestinySurvival Radio interview and some of his blog posts so I could offer this book to you because we both feel strongly about this vital subject.

Attitudes about personal privacy have changed drastically in the last 10-20 years. Many people–especially young people–don’t understand how precious privacy is. They allow themselves to be put at risk without a second thought.

If you’re a prepper, you may be more concerned about personal privacy and security than most. Privacy is one of your most valuable assets. And it needs to be guarded. If you don’t do that, you put yourself and your family at risk.

But what can you do? And what does OP SEC really mean? How much risk should you take?

I’ve gleaned insights from Riverwalker to give you common sense perspective and guidance. Here are the topics covered.

  • Protect Your Asset
  • Five Obstacles to protecting Your Privacy and Security
  • Stealth Security–What is OP SEC?
  • Three Guidelines for Preppers–Simplicity, Secrecy and Sustainability
  • The Trust Factor
  • Secrecy vs. Showmanship
  • What About Government Databases?
  • Avoiding Unwanted Attention
  • Engaging Others
  • What About During the Crisis?
  • When Friends Become Enemies

Order your copy of Preppers, Personal Privacy and OP SEC today by clicking on its title anywhere in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. Add it to your cart to start the order process.

Be wise. Don’t take chances you don’t have to take with your personal privacy and security. And keep prepping.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.