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Every second counts. When it comes to cyber security, the time it takes to click open a phishing link might be all it takes to put your business – of any size – at significant risk. Cyber hackers have stepped up their game. And Canadian businesses are stepping up their cyber security protocols and risk management activities to keep pace with growing liability threats.
Member-based non-profit CIRA (the Canadian Internet Registration Authority) reports:
“40 per cent of respondents experienced a cyber-attack in the last 12 months. Among large businesses, 250-499 employees, this number increases to 66 per cent. Overall, one in ten experienced 20 or more attacks.
67 per cent of respondents outsource at least part of the cybersecurity footprint to external vendors.
One-third of respondents indicated that the most significant impact of a cyber-attack is the time and resources required to respond to the incident.”1
Related Matters: CIRA.ca: Fall 2018 Cybersecurity Survey Report
We know time is of the essence to prevent, manage and respond to cyber risk in your business. That’s why we now offer Canadian cyber liability insurance for multiple industries online.
Here are the 6 simple steps to get your online cyber liability aligned.
Canadian organizations of every size face multiple cyber-related risks. With our online tool, business insurance that is specifically designed to provided cyber liability coverage is just a click away.
Step one. To get your online insurance quote for cyber liability started, you just need to confirm what type of business you want to insure. Here are just some of the industries we can align commercial coverage for:
- Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
- Manufacturing (excluding Automated Production)
- Wholesale Trade
- Transportation (Trucking Services only)
- Information Technology (excluding Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Payment Processors)
- Real Estate
- Property Managers, Rental and Leasing
- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
- Administration and Support Services
- Arts (Film and Media)
- Architects and Engineers
Step two. Once you confirm your industry, we need a few simple details to build your quote. This includes your name, your contact info as well as the name of your business. Step three. To get a cyber liability quote for your business, you just need to answer two questions:
- What is your estimated annual gross revenue for the next fiscal year?
- What limit of insurance would you like for your cyber coverage?
That’s it and that’s all to get a cyber liability business insurance quote from ALIGNED. Your total quote will clearly outline the cost of your insurance as well as taxes and fees.
Step four, five and six. Once you are ready to move forward with your cyber quote, you’ll just need to provide some details about your business and confirm eligibility. From start to finish, it only takes six clickable steps to get aligned with cyber liability coverage for your Canadian business.
Statistical Matters: Cyber Security and Cybercrime in Canada, 2017 – Statistics Canada
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Ready to align your business cyber liability with us? Read on.
From website content to client data in your business cloud, cyber exposures are everywhere. It is important to understand that a traditional business liability policy is extremely unlikely to provide comprehensive protection when it comes to most cyber risks. In fact, a commercial general liability aka CGL policy most often explicitly excludes such coverage.
[DYK?] The current Canadian insurance market offers good value to first-time buyers of cyber liability coverage.
It’s time to get your cyber risks aligned with the best coverage options. Click to get your online cyber liability insurance with us now.
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Source(s): 1 CIRA.ca: Fall 2018 Cybersecurity Survey Report; The Globe and Mail “More than 1 in 5 businesses hit by cyberattacks last year: Statcan survey”; Cyber Security and Cybercrime in Canada, 2017 – Statistics Canada;