With cyber attacks becoming ever more widespread and sophisticated, you need to be sure you've got the right protection. Especially with 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?
Quickly discover the level of protection you need by taking our simple 3-minute Cyber Risk Assessment Test.
GDPR and cyber security: are you ready?
GDPR impacts every business and it came into effect on 25 May 2018. One of the legislation's key requirements is that the confidential data you hold on your customers or suppliers must be processed in a manner ensuring an appropriate level of security. Is yours? See what you should do about cyber and data security and GDPR.
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:
To understand the protection provided by our Cyber Crime and Fraud Insurance, download our brochure in the documents section or get a quote.
For a quick overview of the threats you face watch our short video
The enforcement of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means that your business can be fined up to €20m or 4% of your turnover (whichever is the greater) for breaches of your customers’ data. Here’s what you need to do now:
For more details, visit the National Cyber Security Centre.
What to do if you suffer a cyber or data attack: Here is our 3 - step checklist
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Coronavirus (Covid-19) – Update for Towergate customers
During the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis, we want to reassure our customers and partners that we are following UK Government guidance,
and as a result our national offices are closed to both safeguard the health of our employees and our ability to look after our valued clients.
Where possible, our employees are working from home and we are still fully able to support with renewals, new cover requirements and
claims guidance and support. This includes giving our colleagues the ability to work from home or alternative locations,
which we hope will limit the disruption and enable you to speak to us for advice and support should you need it.