All it takes is for an employee to click on a link in an email or open a document for the malware to begin and spread on their computer.
There is no single solution to avoiding cybersecurity threats. But there are key steps organizations can take to protect their employees and critical data.
Cyber attacks are continuing to evolve and get more sophisticated. Some Cyber carriers offer tools to help in assessing your current computer security, website, etc. and offer data breach cost estimators to determine rough estimates for what a breach may cost your company.
According to The American Red Cross, the internet—including online news sites and social media platforms—is the third-most popular way for Americans to gather emergency information and let their loved ones know they are safe. Through the use of everyday technology, individuals, families, responders and organizations can successfully prepare for, adapt to and recover from disruptions brought on by emergencies and/or disasters. With effective planning, it is possible to take advantage of technology before, during and after a crisis to communicate with loved ones and manage your financial affairs.
Businesses today don’t only hold physical assets. Through the use of technology companies now are responsible for very valuable intangible assets, such as sensitive data, software and intellectual property, which a general liability policy doesn’t account for. General liability provides protection in the event of bodily injury or property damage. Technology insurance coverage is designed to protect against the significant risk of economic loss related to the intangible assets a company owns. A comprehensive risk management plan needs to guard against the unique exposures that the use of technology presents.