The information age allows us to collect more data, store more data and extract information around the globe 24/7. This access to private and sometimes sensitive information can significantly increase a company’s vulnerability to cyber security threats - any of which can result in significant out-of-pocket and reputational costs that can devastate the bottom line.
How prepared is your organisation for:
The World Wide Web has no boundaries and as business models evolve through the use of new technologies, so must traditional insurance programmes and risk management practices.
Businesses may be operating under the belief that their existing insurance policies are enough to cover their data security and privacy exposures. Unfortunately, this is not the case and traditional insurance policies may be inadequate to respond to the exposures organisations face today.
Consider these traditional policies:
When it comes to a data security breach or privacy loss, it isn’t a matter of whether it will happen but when it will happen. So when it does happen, you’ll need comprehensive protection from an insurer that specialises in handling cyber risks, offers a full suite of integrated insurance solutions to help minimise gaps in coverage, and understands how to tailor coverage to your business.
Disclaimer: The article serves merely as a guide and is general in nature. It does not constitute professional advice nor does it take into account your organisation’s nature of business or the level of preparation your organization has taken against cyber threats. Please consult your local IT advisors to ensure that your organisation’s IT systems are fully equipped against potential cyber threats.