Cyber Event Insurance

A tailored product specifically designed for small and medium enterprises to provide protection against cyber events.

Cyber-crime is a growing menace world-wide

And no business is more vulnerable than small business. The reasons are simple. Large companies generally have the money and resources to protect their interests. Many even have whole floors and teams of experts dedicated to the security of company records and sensitive data.

Small and medium enterprises are not so fortunate. A successful infiltration by cyber criminals and hackers could mean the closure and bankruptcy of vulnerable businesses and their directors.

No longer can ignoring the threat make it go away. You cannot prevent an attack but you can take action to limit the damage and get your business back up to speed with insurance. The problem is that many businesses operate under the belief that their existing insurance policies are enough to cover their data security and privacy exposures.

This is not the case.

Help is on the way

Fortunately, some Australian insurance companies are at the forefront of making good the damage of cyber threats. And although stopping the hackers and other criminals in their tracks is not within their capability, they are able to provide the next best thing… picking up the financial pieces of damaged businesses following a cyber attack event.

Cyber Event Protection Cover is affordable protection for small and medium enterprises against the impact of cyber-crime.

Buying the cover from a qualified insurance broker is by far the better way to go but choosing the right broker is important. You need a broker who understands the risks you face and has the knowledge to advise on the most suitable cover for your exposures.

Choose City Rural Insurance Brokers

…for advice and guidance, not only will you get the most appropriate cover for your needs, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes from dealing with a broker that works for you, not the insurance company.

To obtain a quotation or for more information on Cyber Event Insurance, contact us on 1300 887 429 or send an enquiry from this website.

More info about the scourge of cyber-crime

Cyber security is a growing concern for businesses. Protecting all elements of your IT infrastructure such as – hardware, software, networks and facilities against a cyber event is a business risk worth mitigating.

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About City Rural Insurance Brokers

City Rural Insurance Brokers in Adelaide South Australia, was established in July 1995 and over this time has developed specialist brokers in areas ranging from Cyber Crime and Cyber Event Protection, Commercial Motor, Market Stalls, Professional Indemnity, Liability, Business, Event and Arts and Crafts Insurances for clients across Australia. Our Brokers have over 50 years of Industry experience.

We are members of the Steadfast Group, which entitles our clients to additional benefits on a range of policies from Home & Contents, Private Motor and Business Pack Insurance to name a few, at no extra cost.

City Rural proudly offers cyber crime and event protection to approved businesses.

City Rural Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd

Street Address: 200 Greenhill Road, Eastwood SA 5063
Postal Address: PO Box 7138 Hutt Street, Adelaide South Australia 5000

Telephone: (08) 8272 7785
Interstate: 1300 887 429
Facsimile: (08) 8357 8994
Email: info@crib.com.au

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Business Address

Postal Address (If different from Business Address)

Risk Questions

Do you outsource the handling of any personally identifiable information?

Personal Identifiable Information (PII) is information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable. Information can be found at www.oaic.gov.au

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Do you protect all Personally Identifiable Information through Encryption?

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable. Information can be found at www.oaic.gov.au.

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Where applicable, do you comply with The Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act)?

The Privacy Act regulates the handling of personal information about individuals. This includes the collection, use storage and disclosure of personal information can be found at www.oaic.gove.au

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Do you comply with your relevant PCI DSS obligations?

Payment Card Industry Data Security standards (PCI DSS) apply to every person, business or organisation that accept, transmit or store, any cardholders data, regardless of volume.

Information can be found at www.pcisecuritystandards.org

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Estimated annual total of transactions and records

Please combine the total of your client/ customer database and number of card (including online and phone) transactions eg. 5,000 customer records and 20,000 eftpos/ credit transactions would give an ‘annual total’ of 25,000.

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CYBER EVENT – AKIN TO A DIGITAL FIRE

Most businesses purchase fire insurance of some description. Businesses are acutely aware of the impact a fire could have on their operations.

A fire can easily lead to a business being unable to recover, especially if a business has not purchased Business Interruption Insurance.

What would you do in the event that your data had been destroyed in a virus attack?

Much like business interruption (BI) cover, benefits of our Cyber Event Protection cover provides for a reduction in revenue and the associated costs to manage the impact of a Cyber Event.

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MORE INFO ABOUT THE SCOURGE OF CYBER-CRIME

Why protection is needed

Cyber security is a growing concern for businesses. Protecting all elements of your IT infrastructure such as – hardware, software, networks and facilities against a cyber event is a business risk worth mitigating.

Because of the global interconnectedness and exponential growth of web enabled devices, social media, and the related increase in cyber criminal and activist behaviour, the risk of cyber attacks and data breaches is growing fast.
With the increasing severity and frequency of breaches, the need for cyber insurance is growing.

It doesn’t matter what the size of your business is. Handling customer or transaction data, you run the risk that a data breach could give rise to a material financial cost to your business or significant costs relating to third party claims.

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