The NARFA team pleased to introduce a new cybersecurity insurance program that is now available to you. We have been working to find the best solution for the unique needs of our members and have partnered with Corvus Insurance to bring you a commercial insurance product that will make your business “smarter” in the face of increasing risk.
Nearly 70% of small to mid-size businesses experienced a cyber-attack in the last 12 months, and while a data breach at a local business may not make the national news, any business, big or small, that is actively processing payments and storing customer data is a legitimate target for bad actors in the cyber world.
NARFA Executive Director Philip Healy says, “We are well aware of the rising frequency and severity of cyber attacks on businesses. The income lost and extra expenses associated with cyber attacks are crippling. Our goal was to make a best-in-class solution available to NARFA members, and to make the process as easy as possible. We are thrilled to be working with Corvus Insurance with this excellent product, allowing our members to better protect their businesses.”
With the frequency and cost of cyber incidents rising, there is no better time than now to protect your business with comprehensive coverage and additional services to make your organization safer. That is why we are offering specialized access to Smart Cyber Insurance, the most advanced cyber insurance offering for small businesses available.
Enjoy best in class coverage, cyber security insights, and risk mitigation services for every account. We chose Smart Cyber Insurance to deliver more than just a policy to NARFA members.
You can get started easily:
1. Simply visit this page.
2. Scroll to the simple form.
3. You’ll be asked to fill out some simple information about your company
4. Then simply hit “Get A Quote” and the process is underway.
Please contact the NARFA team with any additional questions.
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