Insurers have made it more difficult for companies to obtain and maintain cyber insurance policies, while at the same time eliminating coverage for some forms of breach.
These challenges and frustrations might lead some organizations to pass up the chance to obtain a policy altogether. But cyber insurance is an essential component of a strong security posture and robust incident response plan, especially for SMBs, who are more at risk of critical, business-ending damage from cyber attacks.
“You’re only as secure as your weakest link.” We’ve all heard this, and it definitely applies to cybersecurity and your business. It only takes one employee clicking on one questionable link to open the door to the latest phishing attempt or ransomware.
Our team of experts will guide you through a panel discussion about how to keep yourself and your business safer from the never-ending attempts by bad cyber actors, as well as the ins and outs of cyber insurance.
- Insights from IT leaders, including the cyber controls they’re investing in to persuade cyber insurance underwriters they are good risks for a policy.
- The buying challenges and trends shaping the complex and changing cyber insurance market.
- Best practices for cybersecurity in your business.
- Why mitigating controls matter, and the positive impact of having a managed detection and response provider.