Forte now offers Cysurance Complete™ a broad, standalone policy that covers incident response, business interruption, digital data recovery, network extortion and third-party liability costs. There is no application or underwriting.
Data breaches, electronic theft and vandalism, denial of service attacks and even copyright infringement make protecting sensitive data an issue for every organization. Forte’s quick and easy solutions offer the insurance protection you need.
With coverage limits up to $2 million and Cybercrime coverage up to $250,000, this allows small companies to quickly gain coverage. Coverage provided via ACE America Insurance company.
Put together with Forte’s SaaS Security solutions, such as Cisco Umbrella, KnowBE4 Security Awareness Training and Datto SaaS Backups , your company can be protected.
Cybercrime is a growing concern for small businesses. Over half of small businesses have reported being a victim of Cybercrime.
Brief excerpt video from The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) team, supported by the SBA.
- Malware Attacks
- When a cybercriminal installs malicious software in your system without your consent, it can wreak havoc on your daily business operations. Malware can spread from system to system or lurk in a single app. Some popular tactics are Trojans, Macro Viruses, Spyware, File Injectors, Adware, and plenty more.
- Phishing Attack
- As mentioned, not all cybercriminals prey on under-protected computer systems. Some depend on human weakness to execute their cyberattack. Phishing is an excellent example of this strategy. A phishing attack occurs when a cybercriminal sends fraudulent communications via email. Although the email seems legit—typically appearing from a trusted source—it’s meant to install malware or trick people into handing out personal and sensitive information.
- Man-in-the-Middle Attack
- When a cyberattacker stealthily slips themselves into your system between a two-party transaction, such as public Wi-Fi, it’s called a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack. This process interrupts your traffic by installing malware, giving the cybercriminal plenty of time and space to steal your information.
- Denial-of-Service Attack
- Often used by hacktivists or competitors, Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks overtake your networks to drain your resources and bandwidth. What this attack does is stops your system from fulfilling authorized requests—from clients or customers, for example. Strangely enough, this particular strategy doesn’t offer the cyberattacker any benefits, such as gaining access to secure information.
- SQL Injection Attack
- When a cyberattacker uses malicious code to force your Structured Query Language (SQL) servers into divulging sensitive information, it’s called an SQL injection attack. Aside from the initial exposure, these attacks are horrifying since they can modify your data, dictate administrative operations, or command your operating system.
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