The internet has made it possible to connect instantly with everyone in the world–no, matter where they are. But, that doesn’t mean it comes without risk.
The World Wide Web has been around for 25 years, but it’s changed considerably since its creation, and even more so within the last decade. For some reason, some people can’t seem to let the majority of us enjoy something without ruining it for everyone. Cyber attacks are no uncommon thing, and it looks like they are here to stay. Companies of all sizes – large corporations to small home businesses –stand to lose if they are not adequately insured.
Businesses at risk include:
- Systems analysts
- Website developers
- Software developers
- Information Technology (IT)
- Companies that rely on technology like customer email, database management, company intranet, computer networking, and other such technological means of business.
Tech Liability Insurance Protects Against
Regulatory Expense: If your company has regulations that must be met by state and federal laws, this coverage helps lower the cost when meeting said laws.
Data Breach: Protection following an unintended release of your customers’ private data and records.
Data Breach Prevention: Help cover the cost of possible third-parties involved in preventing a data breach.
Security Breach: Covers any damages if your customers realize that there has been a data breach due to the breakdown of your company’s network security.
Cyber Extortion: When good-for-nothing hackers hold your website hostage, this will cover the expenses to get them back.
The internet should be a great and wonderful place to conduct business and communicate with clients. Let the experts make sure you’re covered by contacting Scautub Agency. We serve businesses in Scotia and throughout the surrounding New York area by helping them get the protection they need. Get the right business insurance; call us today.