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Online You, Protected

From office to home, we’ll help protect you wherever life takes you.

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The rise of cybercrime

Technology lets us work from home and access our work life from an office or on the road. It also gives cybercriminals a doorway to the online you, and your personal and sensitive information.

Types of Cybercrime
  • Identity theft
  • Viruses, malware, worms, trojans
  • Criminal insiders
  • Theft or take-over of data-bearing devices
  • Web-based attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Ransomware or social engineering
  • Cyberbullying
  • Hacking into smart devices
  • Breach of privacy
Trends in cyber claims
Trends in cyber claims

Which claims do we see more? Which cybercrimes are becoming more prevalent? Learn about the latest trends in cyber claims at Chubb, with our quarterly Cyber InFocus report.

Survey Insights
Survey Insights

Survey shows Americans aren't acting despite increased cyber risk.

Even though COVID-19 increased our awareness of cyber risks, people still aren’t doing much to protect themselves.

68%
of individuals report becoming "somwhat" or "much" more concerned about a cyber breach in the past year
12%
of Americans purchased a personal cyber insurance policy in the past year to protect themselves from cyber exposures
Survey Insights
Survey Insights

More people are working remotely, which means businesses need to instill cyber security best practices now.

45%
of survey respondents chose to relocate to work at a remote location – potentially using unsecure or public networks or out-of-date software.
71%
of Americans prefer to work remotely most or all of the time.
Survey Insights
Survey Insights

Americans are concerned about transparency over vaccinations, but not other types of medical data.

57%
are concerned about sharing their vaccination status with others.
Only 24%
are concerned about the cyber vulnerability of their medical records, which can include financial information, medical history and Social Security numbers.

To learn more about evolving cyber risks and consumer's reactions and behaviors, click the links below:

2021 Survey Executive Summary - COVID-19 & Life Online: American's Evolving Cyber Risks

Special Supplement - Medical Data Vulnerabilities Go Unnoticed By Americans

Did you know?
Did you know?

Cybercrime is everywhere.

Cybercrime is up 600% due to COVID-19.

With malicious actors posing as the World Health Organization or the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), you need to be vigilant about what you click or who you believe.

2020 saw nearly 70% increase in hate speech between kids and teens online.

As COVID-19 cases and deaths increased, so did cyberbullying and harassment. You can help by monitoring your kids' cell phone and online activities.

96% of phishing attacks arrive by email.

Never click on an unexpected or unfamiliar email link or attachment.

1.4M people reported identity theft in 2020, double that of 2019, according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

Protect yourself from the growing threat and cost of identity theft.

Malware threats attacking Android cell phones increased by 263% last year.

It's just as important to protect your mobile device as it is your computer.

75B IoT devices are expected to be connected to the web by 2025.

Protect all of your Internet of Things (IoT) smart home devices by updating software and changing the passwords regularly.

60% of small businesses that are victims of cyberattack go out of business within 6 months.

If you run a small business, you need  commercial cyber insurance.

There are 4.3 billion social media accounts today, representing 55.1% of the global population.

More people mean greater risk. Be careful what actions you take on social media.

Protect yourself at home or at work

You’ve worked hard for your success. Don’t let a cybercriminal take your money, your identity, or disrupt your home or business. You can help stop cybercrime before it happens and prepare for the consequences if it does. 

The following tools and coverages may help.

Masterpiece Cyber Protection
Masterpiece Cyber Protection

As a Chubb homeowner’s policyholder, you are covered for certain cyber-related crimes. But a Masterpiece Cyber Protection policy provides more comprehensive coverage, including protection from cyber extortion, ransomware, cyber financial loss, cyberbullying, breaches of privacy and support if you can’t access your home or small business due to hackers.

The Chubb difference
The Chubb difference

See how Chubb is on the forefront of cyber coverage

Chubb is constantly investing in ways to help our independent agents grow their business, including educating them about cyber security and the threats we face online and off.

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Protecting the Online You
Protecting the Online You

Learn about the evolution of cyber risks and how Chubb can help successful individuals and families protect themselves, both at home and at work.

Presented by:

Maria Johnson, Senior VP, Midwest Region, Chubb PRS

Patrick Thielen, Senior VP, Chubb Financial Lines

Still interested in more?
Still interested in more?

Learn more ways to protect the online you, by preventing, protecting against, and dealing with cybercrime effectively. To help you, we’ve included articles, expert blogs and more.