It’s hard to imagine being able to do business without the help of the digital world. Many SME’s rely on some part of their business being online, unfortunately creating the risk for.
In Part 4 of our Understanding Insurance series we explore how Cyber Liability insurance can protect your business from online threats and attacks. Most SMEs rely on their data to perform a range.
Your clients rely on you for your marketing expertise and advice to help increase their leads and increase their profits. But when things don’t go to plan and accusations fly, you need.
You shouldn’t think of insurance just as an expense, instead think of it as a protection plan, protecting your livelihood should an unforeseen (and rather costly) event occur. It will.
One of the most common issues with Business Insurance is that policy owners often fail to understand what it does protect you against, and the risks that still remain. Being.
Unfortunately, there’s no off season for cyber criminals who are always on the prowl, leaving no small business immune especially when it comes to obtaining financial data. With more and.
There comes a time when every successful enterprise needs to ditch the baby steps, put it all on the line, and take a giant leap forward. At that point, the.
When it comes to running a small business, your brand and its reputation are priceless. No doubt you’ve spent countless hours establishing your name by building strong relationships with your.
The world today is digital, where you can now do everything, from reading books, listening to music, booking a taxi, pre-ordering your groceries for delivery and even ordering your morning.
At long last, the wider public is starting to realise that hackers aren’t hooded movie villains – they’re real people doing real damage across the globe, especially in New Zealand.
Why Cyber Liability insurance is important in today’s business world If you think Cyber Liability insurance* is an extra expense your business doesn’t need, you might want to think again. Take a moment to consider how important data is.