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Businesses more than ever will need to protect from financial losses and ensure Cyber Insurance is part of their coverage. We can help your organization improve your risk posture.
Cyber insurance, also known as cybersecurity insurance, is a type of business liability insurance that protects your business against cyber security risks and data breaches. Cyber insurance can help restore employee and customer identities, recover compromised data and repair damaged computers and networks, whether your business is the victim of a data breach, social engineering, ransomware or phishing attack.
Your business could be at risk for a cyber attack. A growing number of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) get attacked each year. Many businesses are without the support of cyber insurance coverage. The recent pandemic and increase in remote working makes computer systems more vulnerable. And if your systems or data are compromised, it can put you out of business or cause a significant financial loss.
85% of data breach insurance claims come from small to medium-sized businesses, and more than 60% of those businesses never recover from a data breach. Regularly backing up your data is one way to minimize the damage that can occur if your business is compromised. If a computer is stolen or your network is infected with a virus, for example, the backups can enable your business to get back on its feet sooner. Talk to us. We can help.
  • Legal and civil damages: Paying for legal representation and possible damages related to a privacy or network security breach;
  • Security breach remediation and notification expenses: Notifying affected parties and mitigating potential harm from a privacy breach, such as providing free credit monitoring;
  • Forensic investigations expenses: Hiring a firm to investigate the root cause and scope of the data breach;
  • Computer program and electronic data restoration expenses: Restoring or recovering damaged or corrupted data caused by a breach, denial-of-service attack or ransomware.
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  • Data confidentiality breaches: The loss of and/or unauthorized access to or disclosure of confidential or personal information;
  • Cyber extortion: A demand for payment under threat of causing harm to your data; for example, disabling your operations or compromising your confidential data;
  • Technology disruptions: A technology failure or denial-of-service attack.
  • How many records containing personal information does your organization retain or have access to?
  • How many records containing sensitive commercial information does your organization retain or have access to?
  • What security controls can you put in place to reduce the risk of having your system compromised?
  • Do all portable media and computing devices need to be encrypted?
  • Is unencrypted media in the care, custody or control of your third-party service providers?
  • Could you make a claim if you were unable to detect an intrusion until several months or years had passed?