With technology at our fingertips it’s no surprise that social networks have become part of our everyday lives, but do you know how to stay safe on them?
Everyone is at risk from identity fraud. In fact, young adults are the fastest growing age group targeted. Find out how to prevent fraudsters.
Going home for Christmas is really exciting but you don’t want to come up home to a fridge that smells like something’s died in it. Follow these simple steps to keep your house as secure as possible over the winter period.
Ever wondered what the chances are of your personal belongings being lost, stolen or damaged whilst you're out & about or at home; or has cyber security ever crossed your mind? We've created this video to show you some useful information brought to you from Endsleigh and some of our expert partners.
This booklet offers you useful tips and advice to help protect you from risk; from keeping your room safe, to protecting your belongings when you’re out and about, through to cyber security.
Nowadays we use cyberspace heavily for work and play. In the physical world a degree of common sense about personal security comes naturally. In cyberspace "common sense" is unintuitive, but without it bad things can (and do) happen. It is wise to invest time acquiring cyberspace "common sense" with these guidelines from Prof. Keith Martin at Royal Holloway, University of London.
There are tons of ways to look after your belongings – but often maintenance can seem like a chore, so we’ve put together 10 tips on how to look after your devices which won’t require a huge amount of effort.
It is estimated a bike gets stolen once every 60 seconds. Don’t underestimate bike thieves – some may be wandering past and see a chance, but others are much more considered and calculated – even carrying tools! The trick is to make it as difficult as possible for them. Here’s how:
When starting uni, little things like locking your door can be the last thing on your mind. However, it’s not impossible for someone to get into your uni accommodation if they wanted to. Therefore it’s good to take precautions - so here are six reasons why locking your door really is for the best!
It’s really important to remember to not only lock your doors and windows, but to keep yourself and your belongings safe. Students are often seen as an easy target by criminals, so it’s best to keep your wits about you. Here are some of our ideas on how to keep yourself safe.
...And 8 other strange insurance claims... The claims we receive come in all shapes and sizes and our claims teams are well versed in dealing with pretty much anything that comes their way. Sometimes, even our most experienced claims handlers are surprised by some of the claims that are made. Here’s a rundown of some of the more bizarre claims we’ve received in recent times.
Do you use social media? Do you do some of your shopping online? Do you use online banking? So many of us live so much of our lives online now. Yet when it comes to choosing passwords, many of us fall prey to not wanting to have to remember something too difficult - convenience over complexity.