Planning with purpose: mapping out the cyber landscape.

Cyber risk is a fact of life. But it is also true that risk can often be mitigated. For more than six decades, we’ve been proactively helping businesses protect their valuable assets in many ways, including in the increasingly challenging world of cybersecurity threats.

We’ve seen that any organization can become the target of cyber-crime and experience the costs and fallout from a data breach. And while typical cybersecurity solutions focus on using technology to reduce risk, the truth is that much of the risk involved with storing and handling data has more to do with an organization’s policies, procedures, and people. As a result, the right combination of policy, education, cyber-liability coverage and technology is vital.

In 2016, 53% of enterprises surveyed admitted to a breach of sensitive data.

What Is Your Cyberhealth?

We created CyberHealth, specifically designed for planning and modeling risk-management efforts in organizations.

Our CyberHealth Profile is a detailed map of all cyber-risk factors that may come into play if your organization has a reportable data breach, a serious hack, or a catastrophic data loss. The Profile benchmarks each of your cyber-risk factors against current industry standards. The resulting CyberHealth Scorecard clearly identifies which factors are the “weakest links” to be addressed first. We then provide a strategy of specific best practices for strengthening your resilience against a future data breach.

Based on your profile and level of risk tolerance, our advisors create a plan that maps out the best path forward for minimizing your legal, financial and reputational exposure when a data breach inevitably occurs.

The Institute of Risk Management defines Cyber Risk as “any risk of financial loss, disruption, or damage to the reputation of an organization from some sort of failure of its information technology systems.”

Experience the confidence of feeling prepared. Contact our CyberHealth team for a complimentary initial consultation on how your business can achieve resilience against cyber threats and data breaches.

For more information please contact Marcus Clarke.