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As an Employee Benefit

For more information, contact groupsales@advancedcybersecurity.com

The Employee Benefit Plan that works for you and your employees

  • Increase your overall security when you protect the devices logging into your corporate systems.
     

  • ID Theft has exploded reaching new heights more than ever, and your employees know it.
     

  • The IRS now treats identity theft protection as non-taxable regardless of whether the company has experienced a
    breach or not. 

     

  • ID Theft can be very costly and it can take a long time to repair one’s credit. 
     

  • Having an ID Theft plan in place, can reduce absenteeism, should an employee need time off to restore their credit.
     

  • Help your employees help themselves by offering CyberIDLock ID Theft protection with EndpointLock Keystroke Encryption

*Identity Theft Insurance underwritten by insurance company subsidiaries or affiliates of American International Group, Inc. The description herein is a summary and intended for informational purposes only and does not include all terms, conditions and exclusions of the policies described. Please refer to the actual policies for terms, conditions, and exclusions of coverage. Coverage may not be available in all jurisdictions. 

Plan Includes:

  • Keystroke Encryption Software

  • Dark Web Scanning

  • Identity Monitoring

  • Credit Monitoring

  • Score Tracker

  • Fully Managed Recovery

  • Member Education 

  • Up to $1,000,000 Personal ID Theft Coverage*

Attract and retain quality employees with CyberIDLock 
including EndpointLock Keystroke Encryption as a benefit 

  • As more companies embrace remote work, employers planning to offer Identity theft protection in the coming years has increased by 25%.– Willis Watson
     

  • More than 50% of employees believe their employer should provide identity theft protection plans as an option within their benefit offerings. – Business Wire
     

  • According to Willis Towers Watson’s Emerging Trends in Health Care Survey, 94% of employers identify voluntary benefits as a key piece of their employee value proposition and Total Rewards strategy compared to just 36% in 2018. – Willis Watson
     

  • The majority of employees (68.4%) said voluntary benefits positively influence their desire to work for and stay with their employer. Nearly half of HR professionals (45.7%) said voluntary benefits attract new talent, 58.9% said they retain talent and 43% said they help with employee engagement. - Business Wire
     

  • Nearly 3 out of 4 employees (71.1%) reported that they would like their employers to offer more voluntary benefits. - Business Wire

For more information, contact groupsales@advancedcybersecurity.com