Cyber Liability Insurance: Protect Your Business from Financial Loss
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The biggest threat to your business could come from online.
Cyber-attacks can be devastating to a business—even your business. In fact, it is estimated that 60% of small businesses can’t survive the financial impact of a cyber-attack.
Let us help protect your company from the potential financial ruin of a cyber-attack.
Types of Cyber Liability Insurance for Business
- Data breach coverage from exposure of Personal Identity Information (PII), Payment Card Industry (PCI) or Protected Health Information (PHI)
- Technology errors and omissions (E&O) coverage
- Media liability insurance for digital or printed published content
- Virtual workforce/home office coverage
To determine your exposure as the result of a data breach, simply complete the form to access a free Data Breach Calculator.
As independent insurance advisors our team at Community Insurance Advisors serve as your local, one-stop insurance consultant. We work for you, not a large insurance company.
Questions? Simply want to talk through a situation? Give agent John Allen and our team of independent insurance advisors a call:
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Tips for minimizing the impact of a cyber attack
- Do an assessment. Are there holes in your network? Outdated hardware or software?
- Make sure you have robust security protocols in place. Is someone monitoring your network and able to detect attacks real-time?
- Before you experience a breach, make sure you prepare an incident response plan—who you will call when you have a breach?
- Insurance can cover many potential scenarios. Talk with a professional to understand when and how insurance can help protect your business.
As a wise man once said, there are two types of companies—those that have experienced a cyber-attack, and those that will. Protect your data as you would your home (build a fence, lock your doors) and the hackers just might move on to an easier target.