A.J., Angie and their two young girls live in a rural ranch-style home with no nearby neighbors, shrubbery for cover, streetlights or security on their main doors and garage. This concerns Angie, but not her husband. What's unusual about this scenario? A.J. is a policeman who deals with home invasions every week.
Arthur designed the Long Island house he lives in with his wife Diana and their daughter. Ambitious when it comes to security, he wired the house with a state-of-the-art alarm system and installed solid locks. Trouble is, he never hooked up the system or fixed the locks that didn't work.
Ron, Joanne and their four kids live on the grounds of their family-owned vineyard. Since he's in and out of his house frequently, Ron never bothers to lock doors or any of his barns, although strangers stop by constantly to ask him about his fine wines. See how Ron reacts when he sees a stranger walking off with his gun collection, his wine machinery and boxes and boxes of his own wine ... and his family business in the process.
Safe in suburbia, Lori and Scott never thought twice about home security ... until Lori unexpectedly inherited a small fortune in valuables, including a pricey art collection. Will their sense of security catch up to their newfound wealth in time to stop Jon from taking it from them?
A wealthy Manhattan man fills his historic brownstone with hundreds of thousands of dollars in artwork and furniture; he relies only on his neighbors and street traffic to keep him safe from burglary. Matt and Jon attempt to show him the error of his ways.
Steven is living his dream: He is running his own auto repair shop where he fixes and maintains very expensive cars. The problem is that he's not taking great security measures, and if his business gets wiped out, he'll have nothing for himself or his family.
Jon, Matt and two bikini-clad accomplices breach the security of an English manor home while Max, the homeowner, watches in shock and awe. Will Max be able to secure his estate and keep Jon from driving off with his hot wheels and priceless antiques?
Trisha is a widow who continues to manage her late husband's marina business. However, she also continues to neglect security. With a house that is full of memories and emotional ties, how will Trisha cope when she sees how vulnerable her beloved possessions really are?