The threat of cyber attacks is large and growing, costing companies and individuals trillions of dollars each year. Chubb has industry-leading experience and expertise to help you reduce the cyber risks you and your business face.
Financial institutions inherently capture, hold, and use a huge amount of financial data, making them vulnerable to bad actors and simple mistakes. With our expertise and specialist sector knowledge we can help you reduce your exposures and mitigate potential losses.
Rebekah is the CEO of a small bank in a small county. Learn what happened when a veteran employee clicked on a rogue link in a seemingly innocuous email. And, hear how a comprehensive cyber insurance policy saved the organization time and money.
Many cyber incidents stem from very simple mistakes - like clicking on a malicious email link or not having secure passwords. Good password hygiene, proper employee training an intrusion detection software are just a few ways to protect your organization.
Cyber risks warrant an enterprise risk management solution.
Chubb’s customizable solution offers the largest corporations the insurance protection you need.
An immediate and comprehensive response plan can make all the difference.
Being prepared for a cyber incident can go a long way in limiting losses when one occurs.
Companies of every industry face an evolving set of cyber security risks. We offer a range of customized solutions to meet your unique needs.
Congratulations! By becoming a Chubb Cyber policyholder, you’ve taken an important step to protecting your business. The resources within this page provide you with a clear blueprint of the benefits you receive as a Chubb Cyber policyholder.
Chubb offers our cyber policyholders several services that can help better protect your business. Learn more about our most recommended services.
You have a lot going on – it’s easy to forget your passwords. Maybe you’ve written them down on a post-it note to keep at your desk? Maybe you’ve created an electronic list so it’s easy to log into all of the different systems your job requires you to use? Not anymore.
It’s not always large-scale, complex problems that lead to cyber incidents. Often it’s the actions of a single person that leads to cyber exposure.
Vendors add value to your business, but they also put you at increased risk. There’s a new way to clear and pre-qualify third- and fourth-party vendors before they even enter your business ecosystem.
Cyber threats occur within a moment’s notice. Your response to the incident needs to occur just as fast. Speed is key to successful incident response. Companies face possible loss of income and identifiable information – as well as reputation damage – as soon as systems are breached.
Stay up to date with the latest whitepapers, claims data, educational content and news from Chubb’s Cyber team.
Although large-scale incidents garner major media focus, data shows that cyber criminals are increasingly turning their attention to smaller companies. In fact, 62 percent of all cyber crime targets were small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs). And evidence shows that this trend of targeting SMEs will continue to rise. Download Chubb’s advisory for 7 simple steps to help protect your business.
During the past three years, the median cyber incident costs (i.e., call center, notification, crisis response, etc.) reported to Chubb by manufacturing clients climbed to nearly $400,000. In fact, cyber claims reported to Chubb from manufacturing clients increased by 10% from 2017-2018.
Cyber risks evolve rapidly. Do you have the right defenses in place to help protect your business? Check out this video series to stay abreast of the latest cyber threats.
The holidays have passed, but it’s still a busy time for retailers. And with this uptick comes increased cyber risk. Check out our resources to learn how retailers can help mitigate some of the risk.
The GDPR is a privacy regulation with protection for the personal data of EU residents wherever their data may travel and attempts to protect this personal data on a global basis. Download Chubb’s advisory for an overview of the importance of the GDPR, as well as a background on EU privacy regulations.
Being aware of emerging risks, like new types of ransomware, can help you better understand potential threats. Read some of our latest claims scenarios ranging from Emotet malware, payment card scams, business interruption, and Ryuk ransomware.
Chubb’s Michael Tanenbaum discusses the effects of employee negligence, such as accidental loss as one of the leading causes of data breaches.
While cyber incidents continuously evolve in their complexity and focus, we have been able to pinpoint several common claim trends during the second and first quarter of 2018 with Cyber InFocus. This new quarterly report can help you understand the effects of cyber- or privacy-related incidents for your clients—or even help to prevent them from happening in the first place.
The Chubb Cyber Index℠ is a new interactive platform that showcases nearly two decades worth of Chubb's proprietary commercial cyber claims data. The Index is designed to highlight a range of cyber threats based on an organization's industry and size.
Data breaches, electronic theft and vandalism, denial of service attacks and even copyright infringement make protecting sensitive data an issue for every organization. Chubb’s customizable solutions offer the insurance protection you need.
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