CYBERSECURITY FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES
#1 insurance compliance software
Cyber attacks are on the rise for companies of all sizes which is making life more complicated for cyber insurers. Not only are insurance companies needing to raise cyber premiums for clients, increasingly they are becoming the focus of cyber threat actors as well. A Woodruff Sawyer survey of underwriters found that 46% believed cyber risk will greatly increase in 2022 with none believe the risk will decline. Additionally, 81% of underwriters ranked ransomware attacks as the #1 most concerning threat facing companies today.
Foresite is the leading provider of compliance, consulting, and cybersecurity software solutions for regulated industries. We help our customers achieve compliance objectives in days with our automated compliance platform and plan of action.
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Foresite Cybersecurity for Insurance Companies
Keep your data secure, comply with regulatory frameworks, and boost your bottom line.
The demand for compliance has never been higher, but the regulatory framework is constantly changing. We know the ins and outs of different frameworks and can help your company stay up-to-date with the latest changes.
Lose the risk of non-compliance
Don’t fall victim to fines and penalties – stay compliant with Foresite’s easy to use dashboard.
Know your security gaps
Foresite gives you automated visibility into security gaps within your organization so you can make informed decisions about how to best address them and proactively safeguard your firm against cyberattacks.
24/7 Security Monitoring
We offer a 24/7 security monitoring team that detects suspicious behavior in real-time, thereby protecting your firm from ransomware attacks.
Expand your cybersecurity team without breaking your budget.
Cybersecurity Resources for Insurance Companies
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