Fact: Cybercrime has advanced into one of the largest threats facing businesses around the world. Every 14 seconds, a business will fall for a ransomware attack, according to the 2019 Annual Cybercrime Report. Every business, no matter how big or small, must protect themselves from this evolving risk. This page provides resources and tips to make sure your organization is prepared.
Questions? Contact Ed Cooney, Vice President, and Account Executive. He is a member of our Executive Risk Practice Group, an insurance and risk management think-tank focused on trending issues in this space, including cyber, privacy and security. Ask here!
Claim Reporting: If you suspect or know of a cyber-incident, notify your Conner Strong & Buckelew claims representative immediately! Waiting to report a cyber incident can result in uncovered claim expenses. If your business tries to remediate a cyber incident prior to reporting to your insurance carrier, you could be jeopardizing coverage. Remind your IT Department and Cyber Security Committee that immediate reporting is critical.
How to be Cyber-Secure: One of the biggest mistakes we see is organizations waiting to take cybersecurity seriously until after they’ve fallen victim to an attack. This helpful eBook discusses the insurance coverage an organization should have in place, how to effectively react to a cyber-attack and what organizations should be doing now!
Email Dos & Don’ts: Don’t Get Phished! Be on the lookout for suspicious activity when receiving emails. Spotting one or more is an indicator that an email could be harmful.
Removable Media: Read about three risks associated with removable media devices.
Two-factor Authentication: While no cybersecurity method is foolproof, using two-factor authentication can add an extra layer of security to your online accounts. Learn more and why it’s important for businesses.
Phishing Attacks Guide: It’s more important than ever to understand the different types of phishing attacks, how to identify them and preventive measures you can implement to keep your organization safe. This guide includes a variety of sample phishing emails, which can help you better identify and delete dangerous messages before they do irreversible damage