Business are now ever more reliant on technology, the risks from suffering a loss related to problems with their computers, or holding sensitive client data, continue to grow. This can lead to a loss of revenue, damaged reputation, legal and regulatory costs, not to mention business disruption.
According to a report by the UK government, 60% of small businesses suffered a data breach in the last year.1 A further 16% of small businesses experienced a ‘denial of service’ attack, effectively making their computer systems unusable.
If any of the following apply to you, your business could be vulnerable to a
data breach or loss of vital business services;
Protect your business
Cyber and Data liability offers comprehensive protection for your computer systems and data (electronic or otherwise).
Insurance alone is not enough to deal with these new and evolving risks. Most insurers will provide you with access to a team of experts who will work with you to minimise your loss and the possible damage to your business.
From the moment you notify insurers they offer expert help and guidance when and where you need it, for example:
If something goes wrong, prompt, confident communication is critical to help minimise the damage to your company’s reputation. Crisis containment cover should be a minimum standard, giving you access to public relations firms who can provide expert support, developing communication strategies and running a 24/7 crisis press office.
Why choose Ashbourne?
We are an independent broker and can search the leading insurance companies in this field for cover tailored to your specific needs at a price to suit your budget.
We have many years experience in this field and regularly provide expert advice on industry trends at business seminars
There is currently no industry “standard”, don’t get lost in “cyber-space” talk to an expert.