“Social engineering” refers to different tactics used by perpetrators to trick, deceive, and manipulate people into giving out information for the purpose of gaining access to computer systems and sensitive company data.
With all the media hype around the biggest data breaches, many companies tend to focus on specific vulnerabilities and overlook the others. Although cyber liability coverage provides protection against the financial losses that may result from a data breach or malicious software attack, being aware of the most common types of data breaches is critical in order to develop a comprehensive prevention and response plan. In this blog post, we’ll look at three of the most common types of data breaches a dealership could experience.
Data is the most important asset of many organizations, yet when it is compromised, coverage is not provided by an unendorsed general liability policy. Considering that small errors, such as using an unencrypted USB stick or laptop, can lead to data breach incidents, finding ways to reduce cyber security risks as much as possible is imperative.