Take proactive measures if you believe you are a victim of identity theft
As the world is increasingly interconnected through cyberspace and bad actors become more sophisticated, it is important to take proactive measures to protect your identity.
These five steps can assist in safeguarding personal information if you believe you are a victim of identity theft:
If you believe you are a victim of identity theft and you have coverage with Chubb’s Personal Risk Services, which may include homeowner or automobile insurance, take advantage of the many complimentary identity theft resolution services available to you. This includes speaking with an experienced fraud specialist who can assist you in navigating the resolution process during this difficult time. To find out more, visit chubbidtheft.com.
Chubb’s commercial cyber insurance policyholders can also access Dashlane Premium; this is a complimentary service available to all cyber policyholders1. Dashlane assists an organization’s employees in maintaining good password hygiene. This service not only helps the organization establish stronger cybersecurity measures, but also benefits employees by giving them better protection for their personal identity portfolio. For more information, visit go.dashlane.com/chubboffer.
To learn more about Chubb’s cyber insurance solutions, contact your local underwriter or visit:
1Up to 500 employees of a Chubb commercial cyber insurance policyholder can access Dashlane Premium.
This document is advisory in nature and is offered as a resource to be used together with your professional insurance advisors in maintaining a loss prevention program. It is an overview only, and is not intended as a substitute for consultation with your insurance broker, or for legal, engineering or other professional advice.
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