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Cyber Liability Webinar
Director of Brand & Communications, Tia Viglianco, sat down with Adam Dyer, Chief Insurance & Acquisition Officer, and April Canada, Marketing Analyst, to discuss all things cyber liability.
In this video, we discuss types of cyber attacks, the cost of a cyber attack, how to prevent cyber attacks, and what to do if you are a victim of a cyber attack.
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Issues your employee benefits in case of work-related illness or injury.
Business Owner’s Policy
Combines business income, commercial property, and general liability.
Covers you or employees who drive company vehicles for work.
Protects your business’ equipment and property.
Covers claims that your business caused property damage or bodily harm to someone else.
Helps your business respond to cyber-attacks if personally identifiable data gets stolen or lost.
Designed to protect professionals against liability caused by errors and omissions in performing their professional services.
Cyber liability insurance is becoming increasingly important for small businesses as cyber threats continue to rise. With more and more businesses operating online and storing sensitive customer data, the risk of cyberattacks and data breaches is higher than ever before. Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to these attacks, as they often lack the resources and expertise to implement robust cybersecurity measures. Cyber liability insurance can help small businesses mitigate the financial impact of a cyberattack or data breach by covering the costs associated with data recovery, legal fees, and customer notification. Additionally, having cyber liability insurance can provide peace of mind for small business owners, knowing that they have a safety net in place in case of a cyber incident. Overall, cyber liability insurance is an essential tool for small businesses looking to protect themselves and their customers from the potentially devastating effects of a cyberattack or data breach.