Between a shift to hybrid and remote working arrangements and an emphasis on digital transformation in the workplaces, it should come as no surprise that cyber crimes are increasing. In the past two years, cybersecurity attacks have increased by 31%.1 And they aren’t cheap or easy to resolve – the fiscal impact of cybercrime is predicted to hit $10.5 trillion by 20252 and takes nearly a year (approximately 287 days) on average to identify and contain a breach.3
Thankfully, as cyber criminals advance their efforts, so does VensureHR. We have partnered with Allstate to provide innovative and robust ways to manage data to strengthen businesses’ efforts to combat cyberattacks.
Aligned with the urgency of increased cybercrimes, a majority of businesses (69%) are prioritizing security by increasing their cybersecurity budgets for 2022, with 85% of IT decision-makers expecting their budgets to increase by up to 50%.
Partnering with VensureHR provides you access to Allstate Identity Protection.
U.S.-based customer care and certified specialists are available 24/7 to assist potential victims. Allstate prides itself on its 100% satisfaction rate and will not stop until victims’ identities are fully restored. Outside of its support in identity theft protection, Allstate also provides support from onboarding to ongoing support.
A victim is a victim, no matter the age or residency. Allstate does not restrict coverage based on any prerequisite requirements – the goal is to ensure customers and their families are protected. Allstate has been recognized as a leader in identity theft prevention and resolution through Javelin Strategy & Research’s “Best in Class” award for its B2B identity protection services.
Allstate is constantly monitoring the next cybercrime trend and is prepared with cyber protection. From mobile device security tools such as malware detection, Wi-Fi network security scans, safe browsing, and phishing protection to general cybersecurity protection tools like emerging scam notifications, privacy management tools, and the best family protection, Allstate has you covered.
1Accenture, “State of Cybersecurity Resilience 2021” Report | 2Cisco/Cybersecurity Ventures, “2022 Cybersecurity Almanac” | 3IBM and Ponemon Institute, “Cost of a Data Breach 2021” Report | 4Allstate offers plans that include $2 million in fraud expense reimbursement, which can be used toward legal fees, child care, and other costs that might be incurred due to identity theft.