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Archive for October, 2015

13
Oct

Before you and your little ones head out to trick-or-treat, please keep the following in mind to ensure you enjoy a safe (and hopefully mild) Halloween. Choose costumes, wigs and accessories made from fire-retardant material. Remind children to never approach a car to accept a treat. Have children look left, right, then left again before crossing the street. Remember, children love to run from house to house. To prevent injury, avoid costumes

13
Oct

For 2016 coverage, the Open Enrollment Period for the Health Insurance Marketplace is November 1, 2015 – January 31, 2016. If you don’t enroll in a 2016 plan by January 31, 2016, you cannot enroll in a health insurance plan for 2016 unless you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. People may qualify for Special Enrollment Periods based on specific life events such as getting married, having a baby, or losing their pervious health

13
Oct

There’s more to autumn than outdoor yard work! Before winter arrives, there are a number of things you can do to ensure your furnace, vents, gutters, fireplace, windows and garage are ready for the season of snow.

13
Oct

We’re all familiar with bounding deer, waddling turkeys and even lumbering bears crossing our roads in northern Wisconsin. But vehicular damage, injuries and deaths caused by deer are still surprisingly high — $34 million in property damage, 800 injuries and 5 deaths were reported in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. To keep you and your family safe — especially new teen drivers — below are some tips for driving safely

13
Oct

Cyber Monday has become one of the nation’s biggest shopping days, which makes it ripe grounds for hackers and scammers. If you do plan on cyber shopping on Cyber Monday, here are a few tips to help you avoid cyber frauds and attacks. Only make purchases from reputable sellers you are familiar with. If a site does not provide contact information or allows wire transfers or cash purchases, avoid that site. Do not open unsolicited or suspicious

13
Oct

Every business has data that is valuable — and hackers are anxious to get their hands on that data. The problem is this — hackers have numerous avenues by which they can steal or destroy your data. And the majority of us aren’t familiar with the different types of cyber crime, or we don’t even realize that a computer intrusion is a crime. To protect yourself, your business and your family, it’s important you become familiar with

13
Oct

Ten Ways to Prevent Cyber Attacks Commercial data breaches have become an all-too-common news headline. Most recently, hackers breached credit agency Experian’s database and stole the Social Security numbers, dates of birth and home addresses of 15 million T-Mobile customers. But high-profile businesses aren’t the only ones to fall victim to data theft. Surveys by the Small Business Authority and National Cybersecurity Alliance indicate that the majority of small businesses