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Hackers attack every 39 seconds, on average 2, 244 times a day. In this environment, being prepared is critical to protecting business data, systems, and applications. The latest video from Chubb, “Cyber Security: Myth Busters Edition,” highlights five cyber security myths and identifies the key strategies businesses of all sizes should use to better protect their organizations.
As the world digitizes, the frequency, severity, and sophistication of cyber incidents are increasing along with the dependency on technology. Cyber criminals have disrupted supply chains for businesses and crippled critical infrastructure. And while the increasing adoption of cyber insurance means that more companies have protection, cyber risk aggregation is expanding for the insurance industry. Access a video, two whitepapers, a webinar, and more.
Despite its speed and accessibility, email remains an unsecure and unreliable technology capable of being hacked, altered and manipulated. Chubb’s new whitepaper, Guarding Against Social Engineering Fraud: Re-examining a Global Problem, co-authored by Chris Arehart, Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP and PaymentWorks, explores how organizations can safeguard against social engineering schemes.
Businesses around the globe have witnessed an increase in sophisticated cyber attacks, like account hijacking and impersonation—also known as Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes. Chubb’s new whitepaper, in collaboration with Microsoft, provides tips on how organizations can implement multi-factor authentication (MFA) to block out potential email-related fraud.
Chubb is the exclusive insurance carrier contributor to Verizon’s 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). The DBIR is a highly anticipated annual industry report that analyzes data breaches and cyberthreats around the globe and provides actionable insights into the ways organizations can strengthen their cyber security. Chubb's contribution to the report helps our partners and clients stay current on threat actors' schemes and how to minimize the risks of any possibly malicious attacks.
Clara the Coder, the Chubb Cyber Index's virtual, automated chatbot, gives an overview of the six enhanced features available now.
Evaluate the cost of a cyber response, calculate your at-risk records, find valuable cyber news, and much more—all in one easy-to-use tool.
Learn more about the latest risks and trends to better protect your business.
The Chubb Cyber IndexSM compiles our proprietary claims data to report the prevailing cyber threats and the historical trends relevant to your business.
Compare your insurance costs to industry peers.Get global claims data at a glance—filtered by industry, company size, and region.
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See how much a cyber incident could cost your company.
Learn how much data may be at risk in a cyber incident.
Our customizable suite of products and services helps ensure that your organization can protect against potential cyber incidents, and minimize losses should one occur.
Chubb can create the right combination of cyber insurance products and services to meet the needs of your business regardless of size, industry, or specific coverage requirements.
Every Chubb cyber policy comes with tools and services that help your company prepare for and quickly respond to disruptive cyber events.
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Dig into what sparks a cyber incident, gain tips on protecting your organization, and much more. This collection of insights and best practices stems from decades of experience managing cyber events.
Chubb's cyber riskTM podcast series offers first-hand accounts of what happens when companies experience cyber risk within financial institutions, healthcare organizations, and retail companies.
See why and how cyberTM incidents are triggered, how much they cost, and which industries are targeted most often.
Find out why small and midsized businesses are targeted by cyber criminals, how hackers gain access to their systems, and what they can do to prevent attacks.
Although large-scale incidents garner media focus, data shows that cyber criminals are increasingly turning their attention to smaller companies.
As our reliance on technology and data grows, so do the risks. Learn more about the services Chubb offers to help policyholders protect their businesses.