Archives for 2018

Cybersecurity: Two Things You Can Do Now to Speed Up Data Recovery After a Breach

Anyone who has been the victim of a ransomware attack or who has lost their data due to an equipment failure can tell you that the most expensive and time consuming part of the ordeal involved data recovery and reconstruction. Now that companies increasingly move toward paperless systems, loss of data can make reconstruction impossible when access to digital records is no longer possible. Here... Read Article

A Dozen Easy Ways to Keep Cold Air from Entering Your House

There’s nothing like returning to a warm home when it’s freezing outside. Yet cold air has many sneaky ways to follow you into your home. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to keep yours toasty all winter long. These 12 tips will help you keep cold air from entering your house.   Secure the sash locks along all the windows in your house to clamp... Read Article

Incredible Photos from Winter Warriors, Plus Tips on How to Handle the Snowy Weather

Winter can be tough on you, and your home and your car. No one knows that better than the hearty residents of Erie, Pennsylvania, do. It’s not unusual for the city in northwestern Pennsylvania, which hugs the shores of Lake Erie and is home to Erie Insurance, to get socked with snow, but the recent blitz was memorable and a record breaker. You may have... Read Article

Map vs. App: See How Generations Navigate Driving Habits

The survey says…no matter what your age, generations can agree driving is the way to get from point A to point B. The way we’re getting there and what we’re doing while we drive is what differs among generations. Here’s who we surveyed*: Gen Z: Ages 14-17 Millennials: Ages 18-34 Gen X:  Ages 35-50 Baby Boomers: Ages 51-69   Getting behind the wheel While there... Read Article

Generations and Driving: We Aren’t So Different After All

Wanting to drive and getting behind the wheel isn’t a thing of the past.  In fact, the Gen Zs of the world (ages 14 to 17) are excited about learning to drive. Actually, 89 percent to be exact.  The excitement Gen Zs feel about driving is very similar to the way Baby Boomers felt when they were asked about their early driving years. Erie Insurance... Read Article