Match Your Cybersecurity and Coverage to Your Unique Exposures
OCTOBER 4, 2022
With daily news reports about cyberattacks, organizations today accept cyber incidents as a fact of life. Some organizations attempt to prevent them and retain the risks, while others transfer these exposures with insurance. The latter approach requires a thorough assessment of the organization’s information technology (IT) risks and non-IT risks from a cyber insurance expert. Having this assessment done is imperative to understanding and negotiating for the coverage you actually need.
Some industries have more difficulty tightening cyber loss controls than others. Click on the following sections to read about the impact of cyberthreats on four industries: healthcare, construction, manufacturing and distribution, and real estate. (All organizations can access important data and insights on cybersecurity and coverage best practices in USI’s 2022 Commercial Property & Casualty Market Outlook Mid-Year Addendum.)
Contact your USI representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the solutions designed to mitigate risk and protect your organization in the event of a cyber incident.