With cyber-crime attacks becoming ever more widespread and sophisticated, you need to be sure you’ve got the right protection. Especially since the arrival of the GDPR. What support does your insurance provide if you suffer a data breach? Have you got cover for reinstating data? If you’re subject to a regulatory investigation, are your costs covered?
What should you do if you suffer a cyber or data attack? Here is our three-step checklist:
Log and monitor any suspicious activityThis can help to inform you as soon as a breach happens, giving you a chance to respond quickly and limit potential damage. It’s also useful to have a trail of activity carried out by the hacker.
Regularly back up your dataThis will make it easier to access data – reducing downtime – in the event of a breach. But be aware that there’s a risk that you may restore the same vulnerabilities which caused the breach in the first place – consult a specialist on how to mitigate this risk.
Inform your cyber and data security insurance providerIf you don’t have cyber and data protection insurance, Towergate can create a policy tailored to your needs that provides cover for a range of different cyber-attack scenarios.
Specialist cyber crime and fraud insurance
With the Cyber Crime and Fraud Insurance that's right for you business, you can rest assured that your protection includes:
Data recovery support in the event of a breach
Extortion cover if a hacker tries to hold you to ransom
Business interruption cover to keep you going after a cyber attack
Payment of costs associated with regulatory investigations
Cover for claims for damages against your business
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