Last year, nearly 50% of UK organisations experienced a data breach or attack, with human error being the biggest contributing factor.

Unfortunately, a cyber-attack seems more like an inevitability, rather than an impossibility, and data breach responsibilities have significantly grown now that the GDPR is law.

If you have yet to implement a Data Breach Response Policy, request a copy of our free sample GDPR compliant data breach response policy today!

If you are concerned about how much a data breach may cost your company, our cyber liability insurance cover, from £150 per annum, may be of interest to you. For details of our specialist Cyber/GDPR data breach insurance solution, please complete your details in the form below.

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Please answer the following 5 QUESTIONS:

4. Please carefully review the Eligibility Criteria below and advise if you do not agree with ALL of the statements

- Your company has been in operation for more than 24 months
- USA revenues are less than 25% of the overall revenue
- Revenues from online or automated platforms account for less than 25%
- Revenues from credit card transactions account for less than 25%
- If you handle credit card transactions, you are compliant with the data security standard of PCI (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)
- You don’t use SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition) or similar process control software
- You have not sustained any losses or has not been subject to any claims in the past 5 years which would be covered under the proposed insurance.
- There are no acts, errors, omissions, circumstances, facts, situations, events, incidents or transactions which you aware of, or ought reasonably to have been aware of, that may give rise to a claim or loss under the proposed insurance.
- All material facts have been disclosed.