AIG offers SME protection against "hacktivists" with new cyber product

Cyber crime

Provider has created offering in support of government cyber security scheme.

AIG has launched a cyber product for SMEs in conjunction with broker Sutcliffe & Co and IASME Consortium to support the government’s Cyber Essentials Scheme.

The scheme is aimed at encouraging all businesses to build cyber security into their companies by focusing on five critical security controls.

Provided SMEs can demonstrate that they have reached certain technical control requirements by passing IASME’s self assessment, they are entitled to the new AIG product.

The insurer listed that the

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