Is your company at risk during COVID-19? Even if you manage the changing workload and numerous changes that come with running a business during a pandemic, you could be brought down by security issues. What cybersecurity concerns are of particular interest to insurance agencies?
Go phish? This is something that you don't want your employees to play when they are on the job at your insurance agency. Phishing scams are an ongoing and insidious way of damaging businesses, and unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has spawned a new generation of these scams.
When you leave the office, does your agency follow? There was a time when being away from the office meant work left undone.
Go Fish might be an enjoyable game, but go phish is a game that you won't enjoy at all. Phishing emails are not just annoying, they can be devastating to your insurance agency.
Your clients trust you. Do you trust your clients? Specifically, do you trust their digital security?
What's your weakest link in your business? While your employees might be lovely people who are exceptional at what they do, unfortunately, they are all too often the weak link when it comes to cybersecurity.
You've been hacked: or have you? The sad fact is that out of the over 100 insurance companies hacked each year, many of them don't realize it until months down the line.
You're worried that your data has been breached, or you know that it has happened. What do you do now?
It's all over the news: companies suffer data breaches and customers wonder whether their personal information is at risk. With enough information, hackers could receive your credit card information or passwords to other accounts.