Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) announced that it is providing qualifying private and nonprofit fidelity and crime insurance customers with complimentary access to the BHSI Social Engineering Prevention Program (SEPP).
The SEPP is provided in partnership with the security firm SecurIT360 and offers a suite of services and resources to help organizations prevent social engineering fraud and act swiftly to mitigate suspected incidents.
BHSI writes primary and excess fidelity and crime insurance for a range of business segments, including private and nonprofit customers, and can enhance coverage to respond to executive impersonation and social engineering losses.
SEPP provides eligible BHSI customers with access to:
- A 24-hour hotline to help triage and manage suspected incidents
- Social engineering, phishing simulations, and training
- An online library of information and educational materials to help employees recognize and divert attacks and management to ‘harden’ the organization against incidents.
“Executive impersonation and social engineering losses have become a significant threat to private and nonprofit organizations,” said Brian O’Neill, head of Fidelity & Crime at BHSI. “We are always looking for ways to help our customers minimize losses and SEPP, along with our enhanced Fidelity & Crime Insurance, offers essential protections.”
Based in Boston, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance provides commercial property, casualty, healthcare professional liability, executive and professional lines, transactional liability, surety, marine, travel, programs, accident and health, medical stop loss, homeowners, and multinational insurance.
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