Every insurance company wants to comply with the provisions of the regulator in order to avoid penalties, pass the audit quickly and easily, and focus most of its time on doing business and providing its services.
The development of technology creates new opportunities for organizations and end users, but it also has a dangerous side: increased risk due to threats from cybercriminals looking for new vectors of attack. The regulator and legislator are looking for evidence that the organization is ready to deal with such threats.
We understand that it is not easy to hire or reassign staff who will be in charge of taking care of information security and business continuity in accordance with the requirements of regulators and legislators, but that is why we are here to help you.
Are you ready for any threat?
Numerous new threats to cybersecurity have put insurance companies on alert. Increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks involving malware, identity theft, artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies have put data and assets of organizations, governments and individuals at continued risk.
The industry continues to suffer from a serious shortage of cybersecurity experts, and experts warn that the stakes are higher than ever.
The cybercrime epidemic has escalated rapidly in recent years as organizations and governments struggled to hire enough qualified professionals to protect themselves from the growing threat.