Is your business protected from a cyber attack?

In today’s digital age, businesses of all sizes rely on technology to enhance their efficiency and productivity. However, as our reliance on technology increases, so does the risk of cyber attacks.

What is a cyber attack?

A cyber attack is an attempt to disrupt, damage or gain unauthorized access to a computer system, network or electronic device. These attacks can result in the loss of sensitive data, financial losses, damage to reputation, and even a complete shutdown of business operations. Cyber attacks can be devastating to any business, large or small.

Many businesses prioritize efficiency over security, which leaves them vulnerable to cyber attacks. Cutting corners to increase efficiency can lead to security vulnerabilities that cybercriminals can exploit. It is crucial for businesses to understand that security and efficiency go hand in hand. It is important to find a balance between the two, where security is not compromised for efficiency.

What can I do?

There are three ways to deal with the threat of cyber attacks: prevent, mitigate, and transfer.

Prevention is the most effective way to combat cyber attacks. Businesses can take proactive steps such as implementing strong passwords, encrypting sensitive data, and regularly updating software to prevent cyber attacks. Another important aspect of prevention is employee training. Businesses can train their employees to prevent cyber attacks by educating them on how to identify and avoid common phishing scams, how to create strong passwords, and how to keep their devices and software up-to-date. Resources such as online training courses, webinars, and workshops can be utilized to educate employees on cybersecurity best practices. Two resources we recommend are KnowBe4 and NINJIO.

Mitigation involves taking steps to reduce the damage caused by a cyber attack. This includes having a plan in place to respond quickly to an attack, identifying and isolating the affected system, and restoring data from backups.

Transferring the risk involves purchasing cyber insurance to protect your business from financial losses resulting from a cyber attack.

What type of cyber insurance is available?​

There are different types of policies available, and it is essential to choose the right one for your business. Cyber insurance can provide coverage for expenses incurred due to data breaches, network interruptions, and cyber extortion. It can also cover the costs of legal fees, forensic investigations, and public relations efforts to repair a damaged reputation.

At Lacher, we understand the risks associated with cyber attacks and the importance of protecting your business. We offer cyber insurance policies that are tailored to meet the specific needs of your business. Our team of experts can work with you to assess your risks and provide you with the best insurance solution to protect your business. We are committed to helping our clients safeguard their business against the ever-increasing threat of cyber attacks.

Let us help you!

Contact us today to see how we might be able to create a cyber strategy for your business.

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