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Hiscox Cyber and Data Risks Insurance

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    When it comes to cyber risk, insurance is more important than ever with attacks and security breaches increasing in frequency and sophistication. Hiscox Cyber and Data Risks Insurance provides comprehensive cover, simplicity, reputation protection and a trusted partner in the event of a claim.

    You may need cyber and data risks insurance if you:

    • Hold sensitive customer data, such as names, addresses or banking information
    • Are reliant on computer systems to conduct your business
    • Have a website
    • Are subject to a payment card industry (PCI) merchant services agreement

    Hiscox launches 'real world' cyber hack

    Take a look at how our cyber insurance partner, Hiscox, has brought to life how hacking could feel in the real world. The aim was to communicate this very real threat and how insurance can be a lifeline if your business is impacted.

    Law Society members save 5% on Hiscox cyber and data risks insurance. To find out more, visit their website or call on 0800 840 2781.

    Why choose Hiscox?

    • A trusted partner. A team of experts who will actively work with you to minimise your loss and the possible damage to your business.
    • Specialist expertise. We have been providing cyber and data insurance for 14 years, so we understand the changing risks that businesses face.
    • Access to a worldwide network of privacy lawyers and technical specialists who will offer expert support and guidance in the event of a claim.
    • Access to Hiscox eRiskHub - tools and resources to help you stay up to date with evolving risks, understand your exposure and establish a response plan.

    Other cover

    Terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions see 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.