Cyber Insurance with Indagard Insurance Services
John Catibog, Founder of Indagard Insurance Services that offers a range of insurance coverage to protect any business joins Enterprise Radio to share advice on protection against data breaches with insurance.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in association with the Cyber Security Channel.
- What does Indagard mean?
- Commercial insurance is a competitive industry. So what distinguishes you from other insurance brokers?
- Tell us more about cyber risks and insurance. What type of businesses need it and why?
- What does cyber insurance cover?
- How much does cyber insurance cost?
- How much cyber coverage does a business need?
John Catibog is the Director of Indagard Insurance Services and a business insurance broker in Melbourne.
Indagard started in 2016 and has grown to serve a range of clients in different industries.With access to over 100 insurance companies and underwriters in Australia and overseas, Indagard offers a range of insurance coverage to protect any business. Some of the products Indagard specialises in are cyber insurance, public liability insurance, professional indemnity insurance, truck insurance and small business insurance, to name a few.
John’s education in Business, Marketing, Sales, Supply Chain Logistics and Computer Science and working experiences in Retail, Transport and Medical industries, serves his clients well to get holistic advice to cover the many real world and online risks in business today.
John believes in relationships over transactions. People can have a transaction anywhere to get insurance. However when it counts the most is during a claim. By having a strong relationship with a responsive and reliable broker when things go wrong can save you a lot of time, money and stress.
You can count on John to find your business the right combination of security, service and price. For more information John, connect with him on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/johncatibog).
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