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“But my IT provider says I don't need Cyber Insurance”

Frankie says that's rubbish. That's like saying that because you install fire alarms and extinguishers you can cancel your building insurance.

Can your IT provider answer this?

The global cost of cyber crime is estimated to be between $300 billion to $1 trillion, greater than piracy or drug trafficking

McAffee Report - The economic impact of cybercrime and cyber espionage 2013

Cyber Risk Toolkit

Do not assume that the small stature of your company prevents you from threats. A local realtor's website recorded 1,000 intrusion attempts in a single week

Not all cyber attacks are elite hacker operations. One particular cybercrime case in New Zealand involved a florist tampering with her rival's online details to reduce competition. Sometimes cybercrime is not as sophisticated, but can still have detrimental effects on a company

Who needs Cyber Insurance?

Your New Zealand business may be exposed to cyber risk


More than half of New Zealand SMEs experience IT security attacks at least once a year


83% of businesses lose a smartphone annually, resulting in compromised security data


Vodafone estimate SMEs account for 30% of online security attacks


3 out of 5 businesses have no plan to increase their overall investment on IT security


70% of businesses are affected by viruses, malware and scams annually


It is estimated that the costs of data breaches are between $150-$200 per stolen record

Obtained from Vodafone NZ Survey - Cyber Security New Zealand SME Landscape 2014.
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  • Colmar Brunton New Zealand, University of Waikato - Vodafone Survey - Cyber Security New Zealand SME landscape 2014
  • Colmar Brunton and the University of Waikato were commissioned by Vodafone New Zealand to conduct quantitative primary research with 500 IT decision makers across New Zealand to capture an accurate snapshot of how aware and prepared New Zealand Companies are for potential cyber security threats.