Don’t let ransomware bring down your business.
Cyberattacks and security theft are growing concerns among all types of businesses. Hackers today are clever and persistent. They’re skilled at finding weak points in your IT system that allow them to break through your firewalls and open the “back doors” to your online records and sites.
By protecting your business with superior cyber insurance coverage, you’ll be prepared to cover your business’ liability should a data breach occur that exposes your customers’ sensitive information, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, account numbers, health records, and so on.
Dawson & Keenan’s experienced brokers are well-versed in helping clients stay vigilant and prepared to fight cyber crime of all kinds. We offer a suite of cyber insurance products to cover any and all scenarios.
Let’s get you up to speed on cyber crime coverage
With proper cyber insurance, you’ll gain protection that includes:
- Coverage for legal fees and expenses related to the cyberattack
- Automatic notification to customers about data breaches
- Assistance with restoration of customers’ personal identity information
- Compromised data recovery
- Coverage for repairing damaged computer systems
You can choose one or more of these cyber insurance coverage options:
Identity Recovery Protection
Professional assistance to identity fraud victims and help them restore their credit history.
Protects your business against damage caused by a virus or computer attack and also covers the financial cost of restoring your business data.
Compromised Data Protection
Coverage for providing credit monitoring and services to your clients.
Security and Privacy Liability
Coverage for third party liability claims arising from failure to protect private or confidential information.
Multimedia and Intellectual Property
Coverage for third party liability claims arising from advertising and intellectual property risks.
Network Interruption and Recovery
First-party coverage for a company’s own losses, as a result of a business interruption event and any additional costs of working.
Coverage for damage to physical property as a result of cyber security events.
Event Support Expenses
Coverage for costs incurred as a result of an actual or alleged data breach. This includes legal and forensic, notification, call centre services, credit and identity monitoring, and personal fraud loss service costs.
Privacy Regulatory Defense and Penalties
Coverage for the costs associated with a regulatory investigation against the insured and any penalties incurred.
Coverage for the costs of an expert cyber extortion negotiator and the cost of any extortion demanded and paid.
Computer Fraud and Telecommunications Fraud
Coverage for direct monetary loss arising from electronic theft, computer fraud, or telecommunications fraud.
Social Engineering Fraud
Coverage for direct monetary loss arising from social engineering fraud.
Coverage for lost net income, due to termination of a services contract by your client or reduction in the value of your business brand.