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Three tips to help you stay secure online

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26 Jul 2018  |  0 Comments
 


Every day online privacy is under threat. From phishing emails to data breaches, your clinic’s and your patients’ details could be at risk. However, there are some key things you can do to avoid these threats becoming a reality. Here are three top tips from Guild Insurance to help keep your clinic and patients safe.

1.    Perform routine security risk assessments

Just like the apps on your phone, cyber security programs require routine updates. Ensure you always run the required updates these systems request when prompted. If unsure, enlist the help of a data security expert to review your current systems and processes, and recommend any improvements.

2.    Develop clinic policies

Cyber or computer usage policies will help ensure all staff are aware of their roles in helping to reduce the risks of cyber security breaches. Policies should outline the responsibilities of each staff member when using digital systems or printed documents that hold sensitive information. An incident response plan should also be part of the policy to help minimise damage should your clinic’s security be jeopardised.

3.    Get cyber insurance

Cyber insurance is increasingly becoming an investment many clinics and other businesses are now making. The product can help your business with the financial costs involved with responding to an attack. The Guild Cyber Insurance product includes cover for business interruption in the case your business cannot trade because of hacking or malware, as well as third-party claims and cyber event response costs.

To learn how the Guild Cyber Insurance product can help your clinic, get a quote online today or talk to one of Guild’s Insurance Specialists at a time that suits you.

 

Guild Insurance Limited ABN 55 004 538 863, AFS Licence No. 233 791. This article contains information of a general nature only, and is not intended to constitute the provision of legal advice. PHY2838

 

not intended to constitute the provision of legal advice. PHY2838

 
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