With more people now working from home, cybersecurity and having cyber coverage are especially important for businesses as cyber criminals have been taking advantage of situations created by the pandemic. With increased remote work, hackers are seeking out flaws in network security and targeting vulnerabilities in virtual private networks and remote work tools/software, according to the Department of Homeland Security. There are naturally more vulnerabilities in a “dispersed,” home-based network than a centralized office network.
Before your clients apply for much needed cyber coverage, there are certain actions they can take in order to make sure they’re quoted the best possible price. As underwriters scrutinize each applicant to assess risk, there are a few precautions that will make a great impression on them. Read more about the 6 Cybersecurity Practices Underwriters Love.