Network Security and Privacy: Cyber Liability Exposure and Insurance for Staffing Firms
The risks of cyber liability are evolving rapidly, with new issues emerging as technology advances and additional regulations are put in place. Insurance experts now consider the risk of cyber liability losses to exceed the risk of losses from fraud or theft.
If your computer systems are hacked—or client, employee, or partner data are otherwise lost, stolen, or compromised—the costs of response and remediation can be significant. In this tumultuous environment, your business can take several steps to limit risks, including purchasing cyber liability insurance.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- What are the cyber liability exposures for staffing firms
- Which types of insurance coverage are available to staffing firms
- What types of cyber insurance requirements should staffing firms include in contracts
Madeline Allen, JD, ARM, account executive, Lockton Companies Inc.
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