In the insidious, high stakes, dark world of cyber crime and cyber security, hackers are forever seeking the upper hand. In doing so, they are increasingly targeting high net worth individuals.
We have all seen attacks on companies and government utilities , but hackers are trying to stay one step ahead
We have all seen attacks on companies and government utilities, but hackers are trying to stay one step ahead by targeting often unsuspecting and unwitting high net worth people. Cyber risk is the fastest growing threat, and high net worth individuals make increasingly attractive targets for cyber thieves and scammers.
Our mission is to be your international cyber risk mitigation firm for high-net-worth individuals and families.
We work with our clients to identify, prevent, respond and manage the impact of even the most sophisticated cyber attacks. In fact, family businesses and high net worth individuals interested in protecting themselves from this growing risk can now turn to our seasoned team designed for and tailored to protecting high-net-worth households and individuals from cyber-attacks.
More than a quarter of UHNW families are targeted by cyber attacks. Check out this article about high net worth families and cybercrime »
If you have one, do you think your cybercrime or ransomware policy has you covered?
Nope. Even the most effective insurance policy in the world will not protect a high net work individual from the aftermath and fallout of a cybercrime attack. Many insurers will not pay out unless the policyholder has put forth “best effort” to protect themselves from cyber-attacks. CyberFort Advisors is your outsourced full-service in-house defense team designed specifically for protecting high-net-worth households and individuals from cyber-attacks.
That’s where CyberFort Advisors comes in.
We’re an all-encompassing cyber risk management partner, protecting high-net-worth households from phishing scams, identity theft, and corporate espionage.
We specialize in internal and external threats, including social engineering, email hacking, smishing, ransomware countermeasures, and more.
The threat landscape of today demands a new approach to cyber security
Here’s some background and context: the threat landscape of today demands a new approach to cyber security, as criminals have taken a new tactic – identifying the wealthy by profiling their publicly available information online. CyberFort Advisors can assist you in an audit of your online personal information and suggest steps for reducing your risk profile. With an abundance of information available on the internet, high-net-worth households and individuals are more findable online than ever before. Someone who owns a company, holds a board position, frequently makes large donations to charity, or is a public figure has an instantly accessible online presence, making it easy for cyber criminals to profile them as potential victims.
Cyber criminals regularly make use of information found on Google, Facebook, TikTok, etc.
In addition, social media also offers an easy way to identify those with wealth based on location, homes or cars, jewelry, or other items that suggest the household may have a high net worth. Cyber criminals regularly make use of information found on Google, Facebook, TikTok, etc. to improve the success rate of a social engineering campaign. Yet the same study also revealed 51% of respondents have never audited, or don’t know if they have audited their publicly available information.
As a client of CyberFort Advisors, our global team of cyber security experts will closely work with you to craft a detailed plan that addresses you and your family’s specific needs and cyber risks.
From the newest Internet-of-Things risks to the latest phishing scams targeting your family, traditional security measures for HNW households are not enough. By directly addressing threats and incorporating emerging technologies, CyberFort Advisors aims to protect you from cyber criminals at every level, and stay one step ahead of the bad guys. That’s peace of mind. And there’s no way to put a price on that.