Given that I live in an a second floor apartment with two very loud dogs, who even bark at ghosts flying by, I'm not too worried about safety in my house. I do like the idea of educating my kids a bit more of how to react in unsafe situations, but I sure don't want them to live in fear.
For identity theft, even though I've actually known people who had horror stories around, I just can't seem to get too worried. My ex was absolutely paranoid, but my current husband could probably do with a bit more paranoia. I'm going to check my credit more, and haul all my personal mail and junk to work, where I can get it all shredded for free (tip: if you're really serious, make sure your stuff is cross-shredded). I thought the example of good old Bill going to an office and finding personal stuff on and in someones desk was interesting, so I'm going to get a little less complacent there. Plus lock my computer up more.
We got a great swag bag, but again since I work a lot of the stuff I need is there. I gave the cable lock to my husband since I have one. His security measure is to use a reusable grocery bag instead of the more obvious laptop bag (oops, just gave that one away). A friend of told him laptops have especially high vapor pressure in airports in coffee shops (get it, they evaporate quickly). The best was the easy button - have not yet found a use for that, though. I've started to load up my many free memory sticks with pictures, but am considering a hard drive.And here' s one more look at my beautiful (and tall) blogging buds.