Over the course of the past decade, many organizations have relied on standard property and liability coverage rather than a standalone cyber insurance policy to provide protection for cyber incidents. However, as digital threats continue to advance—contributing to a significant surge in both the cost and frequency of cyberattacks across industry lines—neglecting to purchase a standalone cyber insurance policy has become an increasingly high-risk practice. There are several reasons why you need a standalone cyber insurance policy to fully protect your business.
This quarter’s Cyber Risk & Liabilities newsletter emphasizes the importance of securing a standalone cyber insurance policy, offers tips for limiting ransomware exposures from remote desk protocol, and outlines steps for handling the first 24 hours after a cyberattack. Click here to read the whole newsletter!
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