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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Home Security

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Opinion: Secure your home this Christmas - expert advice on home and personal safety
Jonathan Pim of Manguard Plus security offers some practical advice to avoid thieves and opportunists this Christmas.
# Home Security
'Big rise' in complaints about domestic CCTV cameras, Data Protection Commissioner says
Helen Dixon said domestic CCTV is “an issue that really bothers people”.
# Home Security
Taoiseach has no plans to beef up security for ministers after protests at their homes
Leo Varadkar says he has not added any extra security after protests at his home.
# Future Focus
Lock the door and activate the drone guard: The future of keeping your home safe
Sarah Harford looks at how technology could be set to upend our idea of a secure home.
# Watch Out
Showing off on Facebook could make you an easy target for burglars
People aged 17- to 24-years-old are most likely to reveal sensitive information on the internet.
# stay safe
'Want to stop people breaking into your house? Turn your lights on', says the Gardaí
The seasonal warning comes as an increase in crime is expected.
# Jobswatch
Fancy selling alarms in Kildare? Homesecure is hiring 140 people
They’re looking for 100 now and 40 over the next three years.
# smart cam
Google's next move could be home security as it eyes up WiFi camera company
The company is considering acquiring Dropcam, a home security company which captures and saves footage on the cloud and lets you view it on your phone or computer.
# Home Security
How safe is your house? Sergeant sets up security exhibition to help
Sergeant Dean Kerins wants people to make sure that their homes are secure – so he is holding an exhibition in Meath.
# Home Security
Fear of burglaries has risen over past year
Survey finds four out of ten Irish householders are “significantly concerned” that they might be robbed – and one in four men sleep with a hurley beneath the bed.