Cyber Liability coverage is designed to provide protection related to technology and data security, which are typically not included by commercial general liability policies. There are a variety of cyber threats facing companies today, such as hacking, data destruction, denial of service attacks, or data breaches, which can result in the theft of sensitive company or customer information (social security numbers, credit cards, health records, etc.). In the event of a loss, cyber libability insurance can help cover expenses related to public relations, identity protection, credit monitoring, legal fees, and more.
Many organizations suffer “cyber security paralysis,” a condition in which it is impossible to prioritize areas for remediation due to limited resources. Others attempt to apply a set of best practices in the hope that what worked for one organization will work for them. Neither of these approaches is a rational strategy for protecting information assets.
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Cyber Liability Video Seminar
HMrisk.com, Parameter Security, and the St. Louis Business Journal
This event offers insight into the number one way hackers get in – social engineering, also known as “hacking the human.” In 60 minutes you will discover what exactly social engineering is and how your organization can mitigate risk if cyber attacks do occur resulting in a data breach.