SurviveCyber Risk Protection

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Was: $60.00
Now: $38.00

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Consider this -
What would happen if your biggest competitor obtained all of your customers’ information? Are you protected?
How would it impact you if you came into work and were unable to access all of your files because they were locked?

Fact: 61% of cyber attacks affect companies with less than 100 employees, and 60% of SMBs that experience a breach go out of business after 6 months.

What is SuviveCyber and how can it help you?
SurviveCyber is an affordable cyber risk protection platform for small and mid sized businesses in the U.S that helps reduce cybersecurity vulnerabilities and minimizes the legal and financial risks associated with a breach.
Your monthly subscription is only $38 per month.

SurviveCyber helps protect your small business from cybersecurity risks and business loss by combining timely threat intelligence with legal liability protection and cyber insurance coverage.

75% of all businesses have NO cyber protection, with 50% of all businesses may have already been hacked but just don’t know it yet.

Our mission is to help small businesses like you protect themselves from cybersecurity risks and business loss.

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Here are details on your protection package:

LEGAL PROTECTIONS:
Legal Protections against cyber law suits backed by the US government through compliance with the 205 Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
 
CYBER INSURANCE:
A $100,000 cyber insurance protection policy to cover the costs of a data breach.
 
THREAT ALERTS:
Timely cyber alerts that enhance cyber preparedness and defenses.
 
RESOURCE CENTER:
Award winning Resources Center with access to risk management tools, expert technical and legal guidance and information.
 
PEACE OF MIND.

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Pain Points for businesses that you may not have the staff to manage:

  • HIPAA, PCI, GDPR, DFAR (add to list) compliance issues
  • Protection of customer and company data
    • Creative Hacks
    • Ransomware
    • Internet of Things attacks
    • Cloud-Based Attacks
    • Password management
    • Social Engineering Attacks
    • DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks
  • Third party vendor risk

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