How can children be protected on the internet?
We are all confined to our homes during this crisis period. Parents are mostly working from home, while the children do their school work. They can no longer see their friends, and tend to fall back on virtual contacts and social networks.
We worry about them and at times feel out of date, powerless to protect them. The internet has become omnipresent in our everyday lives. A source of knowledge, a place to play and communicate with their friends, the web also harbours many dangers for our children. While depriving them of it is unthinkable, how can we best support them to ensure they are safe?
These tips will help you to properly identify the threats and above all to realise that you have the power to protect your children on the internet!
10 top tips for working from home safely
One of the main measures taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19 is physical distancing. Fortunately, in our increasingly connected world, we are able to continue working in a home office environment. Luxembourg, France, Belgium and Germany have also lifted home-working restrictions on cross-border workers. However, when your computer is connected to your company’s servers from your home, you do need to look after your cyber-health.
7 tips to secure your online payments
During this period of confinement, the shops are closed, but certain purchases are still important, even if they are not a “basic necessity” (books, clothing, etc.). Inevitably, we are turning to the internet and its online stores.
But paying on the internet should not be done lightly! Scams, fraud and data hacking have become commonplace. Here are 7 rules for safe online payments.
If infected, what is the situation with medicis cover?
Due to the very rapid spread of COVID-19, Luxembourg’s government has taken a full range of steps to limit the number of infections in our country and in neighbouring countries. Nevertheless, due to the high level of contamination, no one is safe.
In view of the measures taken by the government to slow down the spread of the virus and to protect society’s most vulnerable people, Foyer’s management are doing everything possible to continue providing services to our clients, but only by telephone, post and online.
Our branches and the service desks at the Head Office in Leudelange will no longer be receiving visitors and will be closed until further notice.
From this point on, we invite all of our clients to contact their agent (by telephone or e-mail).
Thank you for your understanding.
At the same time, faced with this unprecedented situation, we have decided to cancel the waiting period for customers who took out medicis insurance before 20/03/2020.
You’ll find the contact details for the Foyer agents in the “Agents” section.
As a reminder, the instructions from the Health Ministry are published at https://msan.gouvernement.lu/en/dossiers/2020/corona-virus.html