10th January 2020

2020 Cyber & Data Insurance Guide


Posted by: Nathan Sewell
Tagged: Appointed Representatives, Corporate Finance, Crowdfunding Platforms, Cryptocurrency, Cyber Risks, FCA Authorised Entities, Financial Institutions, Fintech, Fund Managers, Independent Financial Advisors, Payment Service Providers, Private Equity & Venture Capital, SME FI Scheme, Technology, Wealth Managers

Cyber criminals don't discriminate by size

Whether your business is a start-up, small to medium enterprise, or large organisation, the facts are clear: In this technological age virtually all businesses are vulnerable to cyber crime. The vast majority of companies currently use some sort of computer system or device linked to a network which gives creative individuals with malicious intent the opportunity to harm them. Many companies are finding that even after adopting a best practice approach to IT policies and procedures, cyber-attacks and data breaches continue to occur.

Download our latest Guide, which is designed to help you understand the key risks and potential impact on your organisation as well as how a Cyber & Data Insurance policy can help mitigate those risks. 

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