Whether for work or personal use, our reliance on technology has never been higher. As this reliance grows, so do the associated cyber risks. And when more people are working or studying from home, the potential for a cyber incident increases significantly.
Cyber criminals know that when more people are communicating online, it’s much easier for them to use deception to gain access to protected information. At the same time, corporate IT and operations teams are working overtime to keep networks running without interruption – potentially impacting their ability to detect malicious activity quickly.
This makes protecting confidential information more challenging than ever. At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients, like helping you prevent issues from happening in the first place. Following these ten tips can help your business and your employees stay cyber safe, even in periods of uncertainty.
Every commercial Chubb cyber policy provides access to tools and services that help your company prepare for and quickly respond to disruptive cyber incidents, including:
Chubb’s cyber policyholders also have access to premier consulting, investigative, and crisis management services to help prevent incidents from happening, keeping your company protected against cyber risk.
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