Traditional commercial general liability and property insurance policies typically exclude cyber risks from their terms, leading to the emergence of cybersecurity insurance as a “stand alone” line of coverage. That coverage provides protection against a wide range of cyber incident losses that businesses may suffer directly or cause to others, including costs arising from data destruction and/or theft, extortion demands, hacking, denial of service attacks, crisis management activity related to data breaches, and legal claims for defamation, fraud, and privacy violations.
Understanding the nuances of how cybersecurity insurance works, and what policies are right for your business can be a difficult challenge, thats we help guide you through the process and get the right policy at the best possible price.
Being able to understand how a hacker works, and what they can do if they breach your network is critical to developing a good cybersecurity posture. This is why our Penetration Testing service helps you to find the holes in your security and tells you how to plug them. For example, how much data could a hacker obtain if they found an entry into your network? Let us help you find out in a way that keeps your business running, and keeps the stakes low. We can perform both internal and external penetration tests to figure out how strong your security controls are, both inside and outside your network.
Claims Advantage Cyber Security uses a custom-designed approach that gives you critical insight into your company’s current security landscape. Our team uses industry leading cybersecurity frameworks to conduct a detailed analysis that quickly and accurately defines your organization’s cyber risks.
Understanding how these risks could impact your sensitive data is an important part of any mature cybersecurity program. Examining your current security landscape and how you are set up to prevent, detect and respond to incoming threats is an an invaluable and often overlooked step in developing a cybersecurity program.
After you understand the real risks that you face we can begin to formulate a plan to protect against them.