As the number of cyberattacks increase across all industry segments, so does the importance of cybersecurity for all businesses — regardless of size or reliance on technology. A breach can result from a variety of factors, including attacks on networks, employee negligence, malware-infected emails or social engineering scams. You can be left paying thousands of dollars.
Cyber Liability coverage protection can extend beyond standard liability coverage from cyber-related lawsuits. There are a variety of coverage options available for organizations of all types and sizes. These solutions can include reimbursements for loss of income, notification costs, cyber extortion/ransomware, network security, third-party interruptions, regulatory defense costs and more.
To help ensure you have the right coverage we offer the following:
This form contains information that is necessary to identify action steps to alleviate unacceptable cyber risk. In some cases,
the action steps include a more detailed cyber risk assessment, risk insurance, or a cyber security
vendor or products. USI Insurance Services will cover further action items in
a discovery call. If you are working directly with vendors, you should be prepared to discuss
this information with the vendors you contact.
If you have questions as you review the information to collect, please refer to the USI Insurance Services
Cyber Security Resource Guide. If you do not have this guide, please contact your USI representative.
Cybercrime is constantly evolving and cybersecurity is hard-pressed to keep up. You’ve taken steps to protect your business against cyber threats, but your best efforts may not be enough. Take the Cyber Risk Scorecard survey to see where your business excels and where you face exposure.
Many companies use Sendgrid to communicate with their customers via email, or else pay marketing firms to do that on their behalf using Sendgrid’s systems.
The world's largest eyewear and eyecare company, Luxottica, has reportedly suffered a cyberattack that has led to the shutdown of operations in Italy and China.
A newly discovered technique shows how domains on the Google App Engine, a cloud-based service platform for developing and hosting web apps, can be abused to deliver phishing and malware while remaining undetected by leading enterprise security products.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted seven Chinese nationals for a decade-long hacking spree that targeted more than 100 high-tech and online gaming companies.
U.S. authorities announced criminal charges and financial sanctions against two Russian men accused of stealing nearly $17 million worth of virtual currencies in a series of phishing attacks throughout 2017 and 2018.
Jake has been in the insurance industry since 2004. He started his career in consulting at a global financial services corporation before beginning his brokerage career where he has managed management liability programs at global insurance brokerages for a diverse set of organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
Jake has been in the insurance industry since 2004. He started his career in consulting at a global financial services corporation before beginning his brokerage career where he has managed management liability programs at global insurance brokerages for a diverse set of organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Jake has served on several non-profit boards throughout his career and is a frequent speaker on D&O and cyber liability risks. Jake joined Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting (ABRC) in 2014 and his primary responsibilities include leading the firm’s management liability group and serving as global team lead.
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