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2021 Australia Cyber Insights Report
Cyber security and risk managment should be top of mind for all Australian businesses - from the public sector through to small business. Cyber threats increased dramatically in 2020 and it is clear that this negative trend is continuing in 2021.
What is less clear is how business's respond to this ongoing threat, when there is so much to lose in a single event.
We asked, you answered
This report began with a survey and the desire to understand our clients’ approach to cyber security, their concerns and exposures.
More than 600 Australian business's responded.
Here we outline our findings, your concerns, and the steps your business can take on the road to minimising your vulnerability to cyber attack.
Please access your copy of the 2021 Cyber Insights report here
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We surveyed 600+ business's on their approach to cyber security.....
72% aren't confident their data breach response plan meets business and regulatory requirements
61% of businesses aren’t confident their systems are protected from sophisticated cyber criminals
72% of businesses aren’t confident they have sufficient insurance to cover cyber breach costs if a vendor experiences a cyber incident
57% of businesses don’t feel confident they have sufficient insurance to cover the cost of a cyber incident
Cyber Insight Series AUSTRALIA
From data protection regulation to new methods of cyber attacks— cyber risk can seem overwhelming.
It doesn’t have to be. Together, in Gallagher’s Cyber Insight Series, we’ll cover emerging cyber threats, what those threats demand of your cyber security and risk management approach and how insurance can help minimise your risk.
In addition to downloading the 2021 Cyber Insights report, join our cyber experts as they discuss the most pressing issues for business in the cyber threat landscape.