Give the Gift of Security

Gifts to Keep Friends and Family Secure in 2021

Password Manager Subscription

We know that the number one way to stay safe online is to have strong unique passwords for all the accounts we have. This is not an easy task when the average American has over 130 different accounts online. The only way to do this securely is with a password manager.

  • $30 to $45 USD for a one year personal subscription
  • $50 to $75 USD for a one year family subscription

Webcam Cover

The only way to fully ensure you and your family are not being watched while at your computer is to cover the webcam. There is an easy solution for that, webcam covers! Fortunately, they can be found almost anywhere at affordable prices.

RFID Blocking Wallet

RFID is the technology that you use at the store to “tap” your card for payment. RFID hacking can happen when someone reads your personal data or information from your RFID enabled cards while they’re still in your wallet or purse. RFID blocking wallets prevent the NFC radio waves from accessing your credit cards keeping them safe from this kind of attack.

Hardware Key for Two Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication is the best protection against your accounts being hacked. The simplest form of two factor authentication uses SMS to send a code to your phone. Recent research shows that it isn’t hard to intercept these messages enabling hackers to get access to your account. Using an authentication app like Google Authenticator is a better solution, but the best solution is a physical token like YubiKey. In this case the only way a hacker can sign in as you is if they have your physical key.

Privacy Screens

A common way passwords are stolen is by shoulder surfing. This means a person is physically looking over your shoulder when you type in your password. Getting a privacy screen for your laptop, tablet, or phone goes a long way in preventing that.

A USB Condom

Nope, this is not a joke! It’s a real thing.



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Dinah Davis (She/Her)

Dinah Davis (She/Her)


Founder of Code Like A Girl, VP of R&D at Arctic Wolf Networks - I write about Women In Tech, Cyber Security, and my journey recovering from an eating disorder.