The launch of the new website coincides with a re-brand of our identity. Over the last 12 months, we have worked closely with ina4.com design agency to consider how Schofield Insurance Brokers is perceived in the market, the way we present ourselves and the way in which we communicate. Our objective was to identify what we do well, what we could improve and what makes us different. Based on these findings, we implemented a strategy to further raise our profile and build on our strong customer service ethos and diverse product range. The creation of our new brand reflects this and is just the start of what will be an exciting journey for Schofild Insurance Brokers in building on our success by responding to the forever changing needs and demands of our customers Today, we are delighted to present our redesigned website. The new style and content reflects the evolution of Schofield Insurance Brokers over the years and offers you an easy to use and navigate website. We will be regularly updating the website with informative industry news and we will soon be launching our social media sites.
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A new report by leading professional services firm, KPMG, shows that many UK companies are failing to take out insurance to protect themselves against e-crime. Despite the growing use of new technology increasing the threat of e-crime, the survey of 200 businesses shows that the take-up of cover against this type of risk is relatively low. It also highlights a lack of awareness of the e-crime threat. Over three quarters (78%) of UK IT security professionals do not have insurance, or do not know if their organisations are insured against e-crime legal costs. This is despite more than half (54%) seeing an increase in the threat level in the last 12 months, according to the research. Malcolm Marshall, UK Head of Information Security at KPMG, said: Businesses should be acutely aware of e-crime risks after various recent high-profile cyber attacks against big organisations. But they aren't taking out insurance for a number of reasons. Not many out there know or understand what insurance is available. Many are also sceptical about the effectiveness of current policies and whether insurers will actually pay out against e-crime claims. To discuss your e-crime insurance needs, contact one of our Commercial Account Executives on 0113 250 0377.