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Your Auto

Keep your car in top condition with our seasonal tips and safety information. Find out what to do in emergency situations and how to deal with inclement weather that could affect your driving. We also answer common auto insurance questions.

Your Home

Keep your home safe with our maintenance tips and safety ideas. We offer guidance on what to do for regular upkeep of your home throughout the year. We also answer common home insurance questions.

Your Business

Keep your business running smoothly with these tips and insights. From liability coverage to protecting your assets, we’ll help you maintain peace of mind.

Your Belongings

Take care of your valuables with our maintenance ideas and safety tips. We'll help you protect your favorite belongings indoors and out, including your technology, recreational, and home maintenance equipment. We also answer common insurance questions.

Your Protection

Keep your loved ones safe both online and offline with our helpful advice and information. Our articles can help you reduce your risk and raise your awareness about situations that can affect your personal and online safety, including identity theft protection.

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Protect Your Data, Employees and Equipment from Cyberattacks

Proper cybersecurity is key to protecting company and customer data.

Your employees and customers trust you with their safety – protecting both their personal information and physical safety. With cybercrime and breaches on this rise, this is becoming a more challenging task.

Being a victim of cybercrime damages both your reputation and your finances. When your data and infrastructure is down due to an attack, your business may be losing revenue. If you are concerned about protecting your small business from cybercrime, you are not alone. The Q3 Small Business Index by MetLife and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce found that almost 60 percent of small business owners are concerned about cybersecurity.

Small businesses are often targets of the following cybercrimes:

Malware/Ransomware – This type of attack typically occurs when an employee downloads a file containing a virus or clicks on a link. The criminals hold your files ransom and will not return the useable versions until you pay a ransom. Since you cannot access your data, your business could possibly be brought to a standstill during a malware and ransomware attack unless you have a secure backup. Osterman Research found that 22 percent of small to medium businesses attacked by ransomware were forced to temporarily stop business operations, with 15 percent losing revenue.

Data Breach – Breaches often happen because the network isn’t secured properly or employees practice poor password hygiene. According to the KPMG Small Business Reputation & Cyber Risk Report, 89 percent of small businesses that experienced a breach said it impacted their reputation, including brand damage (31 percent), loss of clients (30 percent) and reduced ability to win new clients (29 percent). Since data breaches give thieves access to personally identifiable information, these types of attacks can lead to identity theft.

To help protect your small business from cybersecurity attacks, take the following precautions:

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