Marsh Commercial: Supporting you this cyber awareness month

Statistically speaking, being hacked is more an issue of ‘when’ and not ‘if’, with a small business being successfully hacked every 19 seconds in the UK.1 If you find yourself on the receiving end of a hack or data breach, it can be easy to panic. Don’t let the situation become more problematic by delaying action. Be prepared and it will be much easier to navigate.

By implementing some (if not all) of the below actions, you can lessen the impact to your business and ensure you are following the letter of the law.

  • Step 1: Recognise the problem and take action
  • Step 2: Data breach notification
  • Step 3: Make a data breach claim
  • Step 4: Investigate your hack
  • Step 5: Protect against cyber-attacks in the future

Find out more and access helpful tools at our Risk Hub.

Get a complimentary IT and cyber review

Working with Connectus, a specialist IT and cyber risk consultant, we can offer an efficient health check that will measure and benchmark your cyber resilience and provide recommendations that enable you to resolve internally or seek external solutions.

Need expert advice?

Get in touch with our insurance experts. Call Leah Gregory on 07385 482545 or email