Because insurance companies have such broad reach of personal information, it's the perfect starting point for identity theft. Failing to implement security controls to counter those attacks could lead to companies in the industry needing insurance of their own.
Security teams need to stop spear-phishing campaigns, sophisticated malware and social engineering attacks, among others, across a sprawling attack surface. At the same time, businesses must watch out internally for insider threats as well.
1.55% of SMEs saw a price increase in their cyber insurance premiums in 2022
82% of organisations have cyber insurance
77% of UK organisations have cyber security insurance
Cyber security in the insurance industry depends on being able to protect the business from cyber criminals at various points in the digital infrastructure. Next-generation technology can't stand alone; it must be accompanied by a comprehensive strategy.
Engaging a cyber security partner who knows the landscape of the insurance industry, the cyber threats companies are up against and how to stop them better than anyone else will help you put an effective cyber security strategy in quickly.
Here at Integrity360, we have the track record of keeping insurance business' digital assets safe.
Contact us today to speak to our expert teams to discuss your challenges.
We have over the last number of years developed a very strong enterprise security model in partnership with Integrity360 as a trusted partner of ours. We’ve some of the top experts in the business but we have also invested very strongly in working with and building relationships with partners because security is not something you can do in isolation, it has to be done as part of a large community.
A quick note of thanks from me to the wider Integrity360 team for how you have responded in recent weeks. Very challenging times for everyone, but I am really pleased that Integrity360 have been in a position to respond positively and quickly in relation to it.
467 with confirmed data disclosure
Miscellaneous Errors, Basic Web Application Attacks and Social Engineering represent 81% of breaches.
External - 56%
Internal - 44%
Partner - 1%
Multiple Breaches - 1%
Financial - 96%
Espionage - 3%
Grudge - 2%
Fun - 1%
Ideology - 1%
Personal - 83%
Other - 21%
Credentials - 32%
Bank - 33%
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