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Can software kill you?

No business is immune to cyber risk, but with connected medical devices and records, the stakes for life sciences companies are even higher. With Hanover Fusion, The Hanover is ready to help agents mitigate these risks for their life sciences customers.

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Future implications of Industry 4.0

With the technological advances being made within the manufacturing industry, now is the time to start the conversation about the correct insurance solutions that can help manufacturers address claims made against their company should they experience a cyberattack.

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Hire education

With hiring and employment practices front and center in college discourse, independent insurance agents can add value by providing risk management strategies and employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) protection for educational institutions.

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Cyber insurance solutions for homeowners

The hacks of big businesses grab the headlines. But for homeowners, the threats of cyberattacks, data breaches and other online crimes are more prevalent than ever. See how The Hanover can help you protect against a virtual home invasion.

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Why have all of your insurance with one company?

See how The Hanover can provide peace-of-mind, savings and convenience for your personal insurance experience.

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Building and property managers and the New York Labor Law

Claims related to the New York Labor law and building and property owners' liability are increasing. Hanover can help with lists of issues to be addressed in order to protect your building and property.

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Safety concerns for home workers—managing the risk

Preventing worker injuries while employees work from home presents challenges. This framework for keeping employees safe helps address potential risks.

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