Gone are the days when phishing attempts were easy to identify and limited to only emails. While malicious messages are nothing new, they’re becoming more sophisticated and harder to pick out from legitimate business communications. Ways to Spot Phishing Messages
Whether you’ve worked hard and finally purchased the home of your dreams—complete with a swimming pool or you’ve owned a property with a pool for some time now, it’s imperative that you learn all you can about protecting yourself from pool liability by following pool safety rules and obtaining the appropriate liability coverage. Pool Liability
Keep alert while on the road by remembering these 4 summertime driving hazards. Summertime Driving Hazards
Of the more than 172,000 people killed in car crashes over the past five years, one in 10 were in crashes where at least one of the drivers involved was distracted. Hear what drivers daydream about when they’re behind the wheel and their reactions after learning about the risks in this video.
As Americans continue to pick-up online orders or use curbside to-go options for shopping or dining out, parking lots are still bustling with drivers (and sometimes, distracted ones).
You rely on your car to get you safely through your daily travels and longer adventures, but your car relies on you too. From regular inspections and oil changes to fueling up, you’ve got a lot to juggle as a savvy vehicle owner. Don’t worry, there’s help for that.
You may not notice it right away, but your daily commute is affected by the shorter days and changing weather, too. (For example: Did you know wet leaves can be as slippery as ice?) Stay alert this fall. Here are the top things to look out for when you’re on the road.
Public Wi-Fi helps us stay connected no matter where we go. It’s convenient to use at a coffee shop, a neighborhood restaurant or the airport, but how safe is it? Here are a few key things that you need know about public Wi-Fi security and how to keep your personal information safe.
Your car’s cooling system is usually up to the task. But if the needle of your temperature gauge rises or you spot steam coming from under your hood, your car could be overheating.