Another emergency protection you can take is unplug a microwave, place your electronic device inside the microwave, and close the door.  The microwave acts much like a Faraday Cage, so that microwaves do not escape while cooking food.
Just an FYI: for a Faraday cage to be effective against a given frequency of electromagnetic radiation, the gaps in it MUST be smaller than the corresponding wavelength. A electrical engineer friend of mine made this comment to me when I asked about EMP’s.

An upper atmospheric detonation of a nuclear device basically produces an EMP (actually 3 distinct pulses) that covers a huge range of the EM spectrum. If you have one that no longer works, it can be used to store electronics that will fit inside.

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