If you become a victim of a data breach while you are a CyberSafe member, you are protected up to $100,000 to cover specific costs associated with the data breach.
Legal safe harbor protections afforded under the 2015 Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.
Facilitates rapid information sharing between the government and our private sector member allowing companies to block cyber threats before damaging compromises occur.
Reduce security breaches and the exposure of sensitive data.
Join our community which is dedicated to cybersecurity collaboration and resource sharing, gain access to tools and expert guidance, and engage in activities and events designed to foster a culture of security.
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Membership in CyberSafe for business provides compliance with the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 which, in addition to $100,000 of cyber breach insurance, the law provides for legal protected from:
Just as its name implies, CyberSafe provides members with reports and critical alerts that are identified from within the community or fed from U.S. Government sources. This provides our members with some of the most up-to-date threat information that they can use to protect themselves, that otherwise would be unaffordable. As participants, members are sharing threat indicators for analysts to research, scrub, and anonymize—which yields actionable intelligence for dissemination in real-time.
In turn, CyberSafe provides an anonymous, encrypted, U.S DHS approved channel to report cyber threat information such as a hack or social engineering. This allows the small business owner a validated means of reporting a event ensuring that, by sharing, they are helping other small businesses stay protected, but more importantly, invoking critical protections under the CISA*.
Organizations engaged in information sharing, related to risks and incidents, play an invaluable role in elevating the collective of businesses across America—even the U.S. as a whole. That is why ISAOs were authorized in the CISA legislation: to address the critical trust gap between industry and the government. Additionally, critical protections were mandated by law to protect those companies that share their hacking information in order to invoke trust and sharing to include anonymity when reporting. When ISAO members share breach information through the appropriate channels, CyberSafe members are afforded under the CISA* to include protection from:
These protections ensure that small businesses are protected and shielded when they act as an ISAO member to improve their security through information sharing. But these protections are not invoked unless the hack information is shared.
For the small price of a membership, belonging to the CyberSafe brings critical advantages to the small business owner that cannot be overlooked in terms of their importance to business survival.
By participating in CyberSafe information sharing community, businesses are afforded protection under the CISA* against tort litigation, state and local disclosure laws and government enforcement actions. These protections, available through CISA compliant breach reporting, are not available through insurance companies or other organizations. These protections are designed to increase the trust factor between industry and government and protect the SMB owner.
*The CISA is subject to change and interpretation.
The benefits under the Service Guarantee are provided under a Master Insurance Policy underwritten by Assurant Insurance Company. As this is only a summary, please see the actual policy for applicable terms and restrictions at cybersafeforbusiness.com/legal.