According to the U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of small businesses that suffer a cyberattack go out of business within half a year. Our resources can help you protect your business if a cybersecurity even were to occur.



Resources, Services and Tools

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Data Breach Prevention and Response Resources


The eRiskHub® is a valuable resource in preparing for a data breach by helping you understand your exposures, establish a response plan and minimize the effects of a breach on your organization. Some of the tools and resources include cyber risk assessments, data privacy sample policies and best practices. You also have access to a data breach cost calculator and the latest news and information about cyber risk.

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Multi-factor Authentication: Your Protection Against Cyberattacks


Learn more about multi-factor authentication, why it’s important and how to implement it so you and your business are protected against cyberattacks.

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Best Practices for Securing Personal Information


Any business that transmits, collects or stores private information, or works with those who do, is at risk for a data breach. This checklist will help you identify areas that may need improvement and reduce the frequency and severity of data breaches.

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Best Practices for Payment Card Information


All merchants accepting payment cards are required to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). Ensure you are compliant by using this checklist.

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Cybersecurity Podcast Series

Digital Heartbeat is an eight-episode cybersecurity series hosted by USLI insurance, technology and communications professionals. Tune in as we dive into the world of hackers, phishing, security mishaps and everything cyber.

USLI \host a variety of value-added virtual events to help you identify business exposures, reduce your risk as a business owner and uncover valuable resources. TechTalk: Cybersecurity for Businesses focuses on ways to reduce your risk of cyberattacks.

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Small businesses are often targeted because it’s easier for a hacker to compromise their systems due to lower network computer security budgets, lack of employee training and awareness, or reliance upon third party systems and software. Don’t become a target! Learn how to protect yourself and your business from future cyberattacks.

These sessions are recommended for any business owner, whether they employ their own IT person, have an in-house IT team or outsource to a third party: