Hiscox cyber and data risks insurance
With attacks and security breaches increasing in frequency and sophistication, protecting your firm has never been so essential.
This year, the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report found the number of businesses who have experienced one or more cyber attacks has risen significantly in comparison to the year before. It also showed that attacks on small and medium firms have risen to equal those against large firms, as well as an increase in the costs as a result of cyber incidents.
There's never been a better time to prepare your firm
CyberClear® insurance has been developed to offer comprehensive, but flexible, cyber cover to UK businesses of any size, and will help to protect your business from the financial and reputational costs of a cyber incident.
If the worst should happen, you know you will have the reassurance, support and advice from the UK's market-leading cyber insurer.
Visit the Hiscox website to receive your five per cent member benefit discount on selected business insurance products**.
Why choose Hiscox CyberClear®?
If you fall victim to cyber crime, Hiscox, will get you back up and running fast and will help to minimise your loss, possible damage to your business and reputation.
Find out how CyberClear® customers are supported in the event of a cyber attack.
With CyberClear you receive access to:
- the best experts in the business, from IT forensics to privacy lawyers and reputational specialists, who will offer expert support and guidance in the event of a claim
- Hiscox CyberClear academy, an online suite of cyber security training modules for you and your employees
**any discount is only applicable to policies introduced via the partner, whether existing or new, but could not be applied to policies that are being managed by an alternative third party such as an insurance broker.
Terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions see the Hiscox website. The Law Society is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Hiscox Underwriting Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. For UK businesses only.