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Cyber health check

As a result of their dependence on electronic and network-based systems, businesses are facing a growing risk of cyber crime, while criminals, political activists, terrorist groups and even sovereign states are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their use of technology to pursue their goals. 

A ‘cyber event’ could lead to far more than a loss of data. Physical damage to property, personal injury, theft and even extortion if a company’s IT system is held to ransom by attackers can all be potential consequences of an attack. Companies also need to consider the potential damage to their reputation and customer loyalty.

Many companies believe that their existing insurance arrangements will protect them from the consequences of a cyber event. That is often not the case, however, and is becoming more and more unlikely as insurers become more aware of the risks themselves.

How vulnerable is your company to a cyber attack?

>  Do you have an incident response plan in place for cyber security breaches?

>  Have you tested this response plan in the last 12 months?

>  Does your insurance policy cover your organisation if it suffers a cyber security breach?

To find out more, please see our Cyber health check flyer.

For more information, please contact Simon Cooper (London), Rory Macfarlane (London), Brian Boahene (Dubai) or Justin Whelan (Dubai).