Personal Cyber Insurance

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Protect your family and home from digital threats.

As we increasingly work, play and study online, cyber crime is an emerging risk facing Canadian households. More online attacks are targeting individuals and families.

Personal Cyber Crime is on the Rise

Once considered the domain of criminals with specialized skills, cybercrime activities have expanded to other offenders as the requisite know-how becomes more accessible. Widely available and ready-made malware tools – which can be bought, sold or exchanged online – provide criminals with new and simplified ways to steal personal information and cause monetary losses to Canadians. Cyber technologies are also used for other harmful purposes, such as online child sexual exploitation and the rising prevalence of cyber bullying.

Personal cyber insurance can protect you from the long-lasting financial impacts of:

  • identity theft,
  • fraud,
  • hacking,
  • cybercrime, and
  • cyberstalking or harassment.

Buy Personal Cyber Insurance Online

CapriCMW is proud to partner with BOXX Insurance to offer Cyberboxx Home Edition to our clients in British Columbia, Yukon and Ontario. Starting at just $99/yr, Cyberboxx Home Edition is designed to insure you from the crippling consequences of a cyber attack. 

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