Is Your Cyber Insurance Policy Up to Snuff?

In an era of ambitious threat actors and regular ransomware attacks, cyber insurance can offer a layer of after-the-attack financial protection for your business. But not all policies are created equally.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

September 19, 2023

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As digital threats change and evolve, so must the techniques to combat their potentially devastating financial implications. A novel -- but often overlooked -- part of a modern defense strategy is cyber insurance.

While cyber insurance policies are intended to protect your business from the financial damages of ransomware and cyber-attacks, there’s a fine line between those financial implications and inadequate or overpriced insurance plans.

In this guide, you’ll find:

  • Tips for evaluating insurance policies based on the services provided, coverage types, depth of coverage, claim processing times, and the adaptability to future risks.

  • Expert-recommended strategies to maximize the benefits of your insurance policy, especially in the aftermath of a breach.

  • Insights into the future of cyber insurance and the growing role of artificial intelligence across the cybersecurity industry.

Designed as a comprehensive guide for those re-evaluating or just dipping their toes into cyber insurance, this resource stands as a beacon, guiding you toward a coverage strategy that's robust, relevant, and resilient against the threats of the modern age.

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