Cyber Liability Insurance
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Cyber Liability Insurance Information
Data breaches and other cyber crimes remain common, but many organizations are unprepared to face them. A data breach can put employees and customers at risk and damage a company’s reputation. Fortunately, businesses can protect themselves with cyber liability insurance.
What Is Cyber Liability Insurance?
Cyber insurance is a type of coverage that helps businesses recover from cyber security events and data breaches involving sensitive customer information, such as credit card numbers, account numbers, driver’s license numbers, health records and Social Security numbers. Cyber liability insurance is just one element of an effective cyber security strategy. It’s also essential to develop and implement cyber security best practices for your organization.
What Does Cyber Liability Insurance Cover?
After a cyber security incident, cyber insurance may help pay for the following:
Other expenses associated with the cyber security event may be covered. Speak with your agent for details.
Who Needs Cyber Liability Insurance?
Any organization that uses technology for their business, especially if they store customer or client data, can benefit from cyber liability insurance. Proactive protection is critical to ensure that your business, customers and assets have as much protection as possible as cyber criminals become more sophisticated.
How to Get Cyber Liability Insurance
If you are interested in obtaining cyber liability insurance for your business, contact Auto Insurance Discounters. We’ve been serving customers across Missouri and Kansas since 2001. We can help ensure you have the coverage to protect your business from potential risks.
- Covering legal fees and expenses
- Notifying impacted customers about a data breach
- Restoring personal identities of affected customers
- Recovering compromised or lost data
- Repairing computer systems damaged by the cyber security event
- Providing credit monitoring for the affected parties
- Recouping losses after a cyber extortion or ransomware event
- Hiring a crisis management or public relations team