Cyber Risk Management

Straightforward cyber risk advice to help prevention, detection and response.

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With the increase in cyber crime, businesses across a variety of industries are vulnerable to cyber attacks. Cyber attacks can be very harmful to your company - from impacting your bottom line to damaging to your brand and reputation.

You can't protect yourself 100%, but implementing a robust cyber risk management plan can help prevention, detection and response. When you couple this with a specialist cyber insurance policy, such as Cyber+Insure, you will be well equipped to manage your cyber risks and the potential fallout from an attack.

Cyber Risk Management from Ashley Page

As well as offering a unique cyber insurance solution, Cyber+Insure, we pride ourselves on helping and supporting you to build a health and safety policy around your IT infrastructure to help you reduce the likelihood of a cyber related incident. We have joined forced with a leading cyber risk management company, Risk Factory, to offer you a comprehensive cyber security model that is individually designed to meet your business needs.

You can choose from a suite of products and services such as:

  • Security vulnerability scanning.
  • Website security vulnerability scanning.
  • Security penetration testing.
  • Information security consulting.
  • GDPR security awareness training.
  • PCI security awareness training.
  • IS)-27001 compliance gap analysis.

These products and services are there to support and help to identify and minimise your cyber risks.

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Do I need professional indemnity insurance?

The businesses that usually decide they need professional indemnity insurance (sometimes called PI insurance) will generally be those that give advice, offer a professional service, or handle client data/intellectual property. Professional Indemnity provides cover for errors and omissions made during the course of your business and can be applicable to a wide variety of businesses, from architects, designers and engineers to accountants, solicitors and consultants. In some cases professional bodies or regulators stipulate that their members or the businesses they regulate hold PI insurance. Meanwhile, some businesses may decide to take out cover as a result of a contract requirement, to protect them financially or to help them secure contracts.

What is an engineering policy and do I require one?

There is a statutory requirement to perform periodic inspections on certain types of plant or equipment. An engineering policy will provide access to and cover the cost of professional inspection services, and can be extended to provide sudden and unforeseen damage cover including breakdown. If you own or operate equipment that requires regular inspection, you may need engineering cover. Examples of plant or equipment requiring regular inspection include: lifts, forklifts, power presses, exhaust ventilation plant, stored air or steam pressure, plant fitted with hydraulics, chains, wires or ropes.

Why do I need my Employer Reference Number (ERN) when I take out an insurance policy?

If you require employers liability and your business is not exempt from holding a HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Employer Reference Number (ERN), you’ll need to provide us with your ERN. Insurers need to give employers liability insurance policy details including, where appropriate, your ERN, to the Employers' Liability Tracing Office (ELTO) who will add the details to their electronic database. The database helps people who have suffered injury or disease at work in the UK to quickly and easily find the insurance company which was providing employers liability insurance at the time their injury or disease was sustained.

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