Help your business bounce back after a cyber-attack
As businesses rely more on technology, there are a growing number of cyber-attacks every year. In fact, around three in five Australian companies experience a cyber security breach every month.
That’s where cyber insurance comes in – to help protect business owners against online risks, such as computer hacking, ransomware or data theft.
Who should consider it?
Every business that has a website or electronic records is vulnerable to cybercrime or an accidental data breach – and the consequences of a cyber-incident can be very costly.
Depending on the situation, you may be up for the cost of ransoms or IT solutions to unlock and repair your systems. You could also be liable for the costs of reporting the breach, legal claims, and remediating any losses suffered by your customers or clients.
Remember, a cyber attack or data breach may cost your business more than just money. It could threaten your intellectual property, put your customers’ personal information at risk and cause major damage to the reputation of your company.
What can it cover?
Cyber insurance can help cover financial losses to your business, your customers and other parties following a cyber security breach.
This might include costs associated with:
Loss of revenue due to interrupted business
Hiring negotiators and paying ransom
Recovering or replacing your records or data
Liability and loss of third party data
Defence of legal claims
Investigation by a government regulator
Misuse of intellectual property online
Crisis management and monitoring
Prevention of further attacks
Are you ready for Mandatory Data Breach reporting?