With cybercrime one of the biggest threats facing Aussie businesses companies are looking for new ways to be protected. Cyber Plus is introducing a bundle of cyber insurance tools tailored to protect small business from cyber-attacks.
Cyber Plus’ Small Business Bundle consists of three cyber basics:
- Preparation for the possibility of a cyber-attack, including: risk advisory services; cyber response planning; email and web filtering software; antivirus; firewall; backup; encryption; user access control; and cyber awareness training
- Protection from the effects of a cyber-attack with cyber insurance
- Responding to a cyber-attack with: forensic investigation; legal assistance; public relations; identity monitoring services; and credit monitoring services
Cyber Plus is made to cater for differing risk profiles. The comprehensive suite of insurance products addresses various first and third-party liability issues that can arise from a serious cyber attack or data breach. It also includes access to a crisis response team, which includes a panel of forensic IT experts who will work with them to manage a cyber incident.
Cyber Plus has partnered with global consultants Deloitte Risk Services, BDO, Ernst & Young and leading credit and identity monitoring supplier Equifax plus law firms Minter Ellison, King & Wood Mallesons and Madgwicks to provide this advisory support.
The suite of technologies that are available within the bundle protect computers, file servers and mail servers from viruses, threats and phishing attacks.
The cyber bundle will be for sale from September 2017.