From theft and vandalism to social engineering and employee fraud, your company faces a wide array of potentially costly risks. Your crime insurance policy should be equally broad and flexible to provide the utmost protection.
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SM Kidnap, Ransom & Extortion Insurance
Kidnapping, extortion and threats against employees and their families remain an unfortunate but real risk which businesses face, regardless of their travel patterns or countries where they operate. The Chubb Primary Kidnap, Ransom & Extortion policy allows businesses to have the peace of mind that, if the situation arose, they will not be alone in their time of crisis, and they can be protected from the potentially devastating costs of the event.
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SM Workplace Violence Expense Insurance
Your employees are the life-blood of your company. Keeping them safe while at work is paramount. Therefore, managing and intercepting threats of violence directed at your business and your employees must be a critical component of your business’s workplace violence risk management program. The Chubb Primary Workplace Violence Expense insurance provides both immediate access to qualified threat management consultants to manage the event, as well as protection against a wide range of expenses which may find gaps in traditional insurance.
The pace of innovation continues to rise rapidly, bringing with it new ways for criminals to exploit companies with even the best internal controls. The Chubb Primary Commercial Crime Insurance policy helps protect companies against theft by employees and outside bad actors, including hackers and imposters
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.
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.
Despite its speed and accessibility, email remains an unsecure and unreliable technology capable of being hacked, altered and manipulated. Chubb’s whitepaper, co-authored by Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP and Paymentworks, explores how organizations can safeguard against social engineering schemes.