DON'T BE A VICTIM
Digital technology makes it easier for you to operate more efficiently and has brought your customers closer. But the amount of organizational and customer data flowing through your systems opens the door to potential business-interrupting, reputation-damaging cyber exposures.
The types of attacks come in many forms: phishing, lost or damaged devices, viruses and human error. The problem is, these exposures are often excluded under your general insurance policies.
We’ll expertly craft a cyber liability program that helps you respond to the first- and third-party exposures of a breach:
Crisis management. Covers the costs associated with computer forensics, notification of affected individuals, credit monitoring services and public relations crisis management. The policy can provide access to a panel of approved vendors for each specific crisis, or you can use your own providers.
Extortion/threats. Covers expenses associated with investigating and resolving threats to release information or shut down your computer network.
Business interruption. Covers income lost from a covered cyber event during the restoration period.
Network security liability. Covers the liability arising out of a network security failure. This includes unauthorized access or use of information and systems, transmission of malicious code or denial of service attacks.
Privacy liability. Covers the loss arising out of an organization’s failure to protect personal or corporate information, including coverage for any associated regulatory proceedings.