From theft and vandalism to social engineering and employee fraud, your company faces a wide array of potentially costly risks. Your insurance solution should be equally broad and flexible to provide the utmost protection.
Even the best-managed company is vulnerable to a smart criminal able to pose as one of your vendors, a new client or employee. With Chubb’s social engineering endorsement, you can get additional protection against this costly and hard to prevent crime.
Even the best internal controls and compliance procedures can’t outsmart criminal intent. Get flexible, comprehensive coverage tailored to fit your specific needs.
You try to give back by serving in your local community association. You may not have realized that by doing some good, you could also be creating more risk for your personal assets.
Banks are inviting targets for hackers, thieves, extortionists, workplace violence, and even kidnappers. Get the coverage you need for losses and expenses resulting from crimes that could otherwise leave you dangerously exposed.
No organization is immune to the potential loss of an embezzlement scheme carried out over a number of years. This comprehensive insurance solution from Chubb is designed to help protect not-for-profit organizations from anything from employee fraud to third-party theft.
Every company faces risks. How your company deals with these potential perils however, directly impacts its financial health as well as the personal wealth of its owners and employees.
Healthcare organizations face a number of unique exposures within the coverage space. Chubb has customized crime coverage to address industry-specific needs.
Public companies face a wide array of potentially costly risks. Whether it is employee theft, forgery, computer hacking or social engineering, protecting employees and corporate assets is serious business.
As an employer, there is a certain level of responsibility that falls on you for ensuring a safe work environment for your employees. Unfortunately, while workplace violence programs have evolved, many employers are still underprepared for the threat of violence in the workplace.