Insurance is a key weapon in the armoury for organisations to use in the fight against ransomware, but a dramatic increase in the frequency and severity of ransomware related losses has made insuring cyber risk increasingly challenging.
Now more than ever, organisations must be able to showcase their preparedness for a ransomware attack and have appropriate levels of security control maturity to increase insurability.
What is your organisation’s ransomware defence maturity level?
Aon’s Ransomware Defence Recommended Practices provides organisations with clear and practical guidance to help safeguard against ransomware.
- Reflects a combination of practical experience, industry best-practices and feedback from leading cyber security and insurance partners.
- Provides advice on increasing security & cyber insurability.
- Clear guidance on cyber control areas to consider, rooted in the NIST cyber security framework, to help safeguard against ransomware.
Complete the checklist to help determine your overall Ransomware Defence maturity level and preparedness.
This insight provides initial critical visibility of ransomware preparedness and helps organisations to prioritise improvements and investments needed to remain secure.
Introducing Aon’s Ransomware Defence Bundle
A tailored range of Cyber Security Services to help organisations prevent and mitigate the impact of a ransomware attack. This approach can better support insurance decisions by showcasing thorough and diligent preparedness to withstand ransomware attacks.
External Threat Scanning
Gain critical visibility into your external internet footprint and potential active ransomware threats to your organisation and industry.
Attack Surface Assessment
Understand your attack surface in order to tailor ransomware defences.
Cyber Attack Simulation
Access critical management information to measure the effectiveness of your ransomware protections and assess employee security awareness.
Key benefits of the Ransomware Defence Bundle
Assesses and identifies ransomware risks in a systematic manner and optimises controls for ransomware defence.
Reduces the likelihood of network intrusion through a ransomware attack.
Delivers ongoing vulnerability management and visibility to potential compromises through dark web scanning.
Raises employee cyber security awareness through phishing simulation.
Enhances and tests an organisation’s preparedness for incident response.
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