In a business market underpinned by technology, digital platforms are integral to the way we communicate and trade, inevitably increasing firms’ vulnerability to cybercrime. Though the risk to large corporations is nothing new, cyber criminals are increasingly targeting small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s).
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Cyber generally, and the area of data breaches particularly, are growing concerns for organisations, with the ever increasing awareness of such incidents and the high profile media coverage that can follow.
In this document Sarah Hewitt, a Director in the Major Risks Practice of Arthur J. Gallagher and Nick Bellamy, a Senior INT Specialist with Chubb Risk Engineering Services look at some of the questions which often arise concerning security breach planning.
Businesses today have embraced the connected world, which has brought great efficiencies and advances, but also significant and largely uninsured exposures. This leaves organisations open to reputational damage, supply chain interruption, loss of intellectual property, corruption of data and financial losses.
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Cyber crime is one of the biggest threats to businesses, causing over £1 billion of losses in the past year alone. With organisations increasingly becoming more and more tech dependent, it is unsurprising that Action Fraud reported an increase of 22% in cyber crime cases. In this article, Arthur J. Gallagher discusses cyber trends, the future of cyber crime and what businesses can do to protect themselves.