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Cooper Professional Risks Pty Ltd

Specialising in the area of Professional Indemnity and Directors & Officers Liability but can provide assistance in all areas of Risk Management and Insurance. This company was formed to target mainly the small to medium businesses which cannot find a Professional Indemnity specialist other than with International Insurance Brokers who either want to charge high Broker Fees or dump them into the scheme with little service or advice.

 Robert Cooper is one of the leading experts in Professional Indemnity Insurance and will give all clients, big or small the maximum time and best possible advice needed for their particular profession. Through the back office support of National Adviser Services Pty Ltd, he has access to more than 35 Insurance markets including Lloyd syndicates through their Underwriting Agents. He knows which insurer wants your risk and he deals direct with them getting you the best possible cover and price.

CPR Insurance Services

A corporate authorised representative of NAS Insurance Brokers, we are therefore able to offer the full range of General Insurances for whether you run a Retail Shop or a fully qualified professional giving advice to their own clients. Any type of business can be catered for.

Specific types of cover include:

It is no wonder more and more people are choosing CPR Insurance Services as their Broker. Because CPR Insurance are experts who will save you!

Latest News

I Wannacry over Petya

Just as our businesses avoided or got over WannaCry, the name given to the recent Ransom\ware, there's a new attack following close behind. It appears it is exploiting the same vulnerability as Wannacry. The malware responsible is widely thought to be a version of Petya. This latest  ransomware has already crippled Ukrainian government departments, banks, power distributors and transport networks. Now apparently it has spread to other high-profile victims such as a British advertising firm, a French construction materials giant and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Australia is unlikely to avoid it this time, with Cadburys and TNT having announced they have fallen victim. the Australian staff of DLA Piper, a global law firm, has apparently been locked out of IT systems after Petya impacted one of its overseas offices.   The ransomware continues to spread and it’s far from over. The Assistant Minister for cyber-security Dan Tehan is calling the fresh attack a "wake-up call" and the Prime Minister's cyber security advisor Alastair MacGibbon has warned against paying ransoms for Petya, urging businesses to instead back up their data to "avoid being a victim in the first place". So it is now time for you to manage this risk effectively.

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What cost to me after a Cyber attack?

It does very much depend on the type of attack that has been made on your systems or Web site. However, below are examples of some of the areas you will spend money. How much? How long is a piece of string?

Have you budgeted for the following Expenses in managing your Cyber Risk?

Payment of a ransom? (Maybe a cheaper solution to get your system back temporarily)

data recovery and data rebuilding (IT consultants and data recovery contractors),

Loss of reputation on the business (You will need Crisis Managers, Public Relation consultants, Staff communications, clients and other stakeholders, marketing and advertising),

Various Accountants and consultants’ fees needed to measure and prove the loss

Managing the recovery – particularly to mitigate breach of privacy or confidentiality of client information and informing all of them who are affected by a breach how you are dealing with it (mandatory breach reporting requirements)

Lost Sales due to this Business Interruption (particularly when ability to generate online sales has been affected),

additional costs incurred to maintain business operations or mitigate sales losses – hiring a more specialist firm to deal more quickly with being off air

Cover these expenses with a Cyber Risk Insurance policy. Ask us how?

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