Cyber Security Basics for Small Businesses

Did you know that small business are the target of nearly half of all cybercrimes in Australia?

As we continue to become more reliant on technology, by creating, collecting and sharing information online, cyber breaches are emerging as one of the top risks for small business owners. Therefore, it’s time to put cyber security issues on the agenda and develop strategies to minimise the risk of becoming the next victim of cybercrime.

Don’t become a statistic. Increase your cyber security awareness and learn to identify ways to protect your business.
Start protecting your business by DOWNLOADING our ‘Cyber Security Basics for Small Businesses’ whitepaper.

What’s Included In This Cyber Liability Whitepaper?

  • Demystifying cybercrime and cyber attacks
  • What is at stake for Australian small businesses?
  • Startling statistics
  • How do cyber criminals gain entry?
  • Most common types of cyber incidents by industry
  • How can small businesses protect themselves?
  • What is the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme?
  • What to do in the event of a cyber attack or data breach
  • What is Cyber Liability Insurance and why do small businesses need it?

Did you Know?



The average cost of a cyber attack for an Australian small business is $10,299

(Norton SMB Cyber Security Survey, 2017)

*As with any insurance, cover will be subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions contained in the policy wording. The information contained on this web page is general only and should not be relied upon as advice.

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