Your Small Business Faces Big Threats
A data breach is one of the biggest threats not being addressed by business owners today.
Considering 50% of small businesses have been breached in the past 12 months, it will most likely happen to you. Unfortunately, not being aware of the consequences associated with a data breach and reacting poorly puts you at risk of losing thousands of dollars, if not your entire business.
First Watch has the knowledge, experience and expertise to help you start your protection today. We have affordable solutions to help fit almost any budget. All plans are delivered through an easy to use online platform.
- 360 Plan: $100,000 in Cyber Insurance* (annual aggregate - zero retention - no underwriting) and tools to help you prepare to prevent data breaches, comply with state and federal laws, and react quickly, compliantly and effectively.
- 360 Plus Plan: Includes the 360 Plan benefits but increases the Cyber Insurance to $250,000*. Our Written Information Security Program (WISP) is also included.
- Shield Plus Plan: A first-step budget friendly plan for small companies with added benefits for data breach preparedness.
See what risks your small business faces by taking our free Organizational Risk Assessment.
What is a Data Breach?
A data breach is the unauthorized acquisition or access of unencrypted personal information by an individual. This can either be your customers' information or your employees' information. With laws in all 50 states and federal laws defining what is considered a data breach and what you must do to be compliant, First Watch has the solutions to help you react quickly and accurately when a breach occurs. Learn More
This is a Serious Risk
Thieves target small businesses because they lack the security budgets of big companies. In fact, 61 percent of data breaches hit smaller businesses in 2017. These businesses lost an average of $120,000 per cyberincident in 2017.
It's not a matter of if, but when
Approximately 50% of smaller companies were breached in the last 12 months. If you cannot answer yes to all of these questions, then you are not prepared.
- Do you know there are laws in all 50 states and federal law that require companies to maintain data breach protection?
- Have you adopted a Written Information Security Program (WISP) as required by law?
- Do you have a written data breach response plan in place when your breach defenses are defeated?
- Are you legally compliant and adequately protected for data breaches?
- Are you actively training employees about data breach security?
Be prepared because you have a lot to lose.
* This is a brief coverage summary, not a legal contract. The actual policy should be reviewed for specific terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions that will govern in the event of a loss. Extended 60 days reporting period applies.