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Cybersecurity Tips for a Safe Digital Experience

In today’s digital age, where technology plays a central role in our daily lives, ensuring cybersecurity is more important than ever. Safeguarding your online presence requires you to be proactive and have a vigilant mindset. Explore the following cybersecurity tips to enhance your digital safety. Regularly Update Your Software Keeping your software up to date is a fundamental step in fortifying your digital defenses. Software...

Insurance: Your Spring Break Safety Net

Protect Your Adventure with Travel Insurance As the much-anticipated spring break approaches, many of us are gearing up for a trip or memorable adventure. Whether you are planning a beach retreat, a hiking expedition, or an international escapade, it’s crucial to consider the importance of insurance in safeguarding your spring break experience. Travel insurance is a comprehensive solution that covers a range of unexpected events...

How to Keep Pets Safe in Cars

Like many of us, you may consider traveling with your pet as a comforting way to get around. So, while you’re on the road with your furry friend, always remember: your pet’s safety is in your hands.  In the irregular geometry of your car’s interior, pets can find it difficult to perform their customary acrobatics when responding to sudden g-forces, potentially suffering harm to bones...

How to Protect Your Most Valuable Assets: Your Key People

Most business owners have insurance to protect buildings, vehicles and other important assets, but few consider insuring their greatest asset: their people.How would your business manage after the death of, say, your lead salesperson, your sole design engineer or your experienced plant manager? How long would it take to fill that position or get someone else up to speed on their projects? How much damage...

ERIE Hosts E-waste Collection Drive

When electronic products are thrown away or disposed of, environmentally harmful chemicals, such as beryllium, cadmium, mercury and lead, can leak from metals in the electronics.An estimated hundreds of millions of tons of e-waste end up in landfills yearly, according to the United Nations.E-waste items include home appliances, communications and information technology devices, home entertainment devices, electronic utilities and office and medical equipment.Recycling works by...

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