Cyber Liability Insurance
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We can cover you for:
- Loss or Damage to Digital Assets
- Loss of Third Party Data
- Cyber Extortion
- Business Interruption from Network Downtime
- Investigation and Defence Costs
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Protecting you and your customers from damage to, or the loss of information from IT systems and networks.
Cyber liability Insurance is a relatively new product to come onto the insurance market. It’s a type of insurance to protect business’s and individual users from internet based risks and more generally any type of business who uses information technology (IT) in their business infrastructure and activities.
In particular but not exclusively, a cyber liability insurance policy will cover the liability of a business if data is breached, in which the firms customers personal information such as telephone numbers, addresses or bank details are exposed or stolen by gaining access to a firms electronic network by hackers/organised criminals.
Like many business’, one of your most valuable assets concerns client data. It is, of course your responsibility, to keep the information regarding your clients completely safe, but what would happen if a breach of your system caused a loss of that valuable data?
According to a report by the UK government, 60% of small businesses suffered a data breach in the last year. A further 16% of small businesses experienced a ‘denial of service’ attack, effectively making their computer systems unusable.
How can a company protect against such damage?
At Arthur Marsh, we can arrange a selection of covers, tailored to your business in order to meet your specific needs.
Typical protection levels can include:
- Loss of profits associated with a systems outage that is caused by a “non-physical” peril like a computer virus or denial of service attack
- Provide cover for claims arising from leaked information, defamatory statements or copyright infringement.
- Reputational damage arising from a breach of data that results in loss of intellectual property or customers
- Theft of money or digital assets through theft of equipment or electronic theft
- Payment of the costs associated with regulatory investigations
- Reimbursement for the costs of repair, restoration or replacement if a hacker causes damage to your websites, programs or electronic data