The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More

The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us bring our work home and access our home life at work. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of cybercrime

  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy

Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Learn More

Survey results show understanding doesn’t equal action

Even as cybersecurity breaches evolve from breaking news events to everyday occurrences and people admit to being aware of the risks they face, many don’t do anything about it.

People may not take action because they don’t understand cyber threats or their exposure to them.


Despite their concern over cyber breaches, people are not doing enough to protect themselves.

To download the Chubb Cyber Risk Survey Summary, click here.

Cyber crime is everywhere:



Protect yourself, at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does.

What if one of these scenarios happened to you?

Plan and prepare

Live your life with confidence, knowing your family, and/or your business is safe and secure. The following tools and coverages may help.

 

Cyber insurance

Cyber protection for your business

See how we can help protect your business, its online presence, e-commerce site, and employees from cybercriminals.

What to do if you’re hacked

At Chubb, we look for ways to say yes across every step of your experience, so you’re made whole quickly and on your terms. That means, we have the resources you need if you or your business are hacked, your identity is stolen, your child is cyberbullied, or you’re a victim of another type of cybercrime.

If you know you’re a victim, act immediately

If you have Chubb personal insurance:

Call 1-800-532-4822 to talk to a Chubb Canada Claims representative to submit a claim.

If you have Chubb commercial insurance:

Learn More


Connect with Chubb

Need help identifying cyber risks? We can help.


Become a Chubb broker

When you are part of the Chubb network of brokers, your clients benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you’ll receive marketing support and product training that helps you maximize your brokerage’s business potential.

Learn More