Cyber Liability and Crime

Cyber Liability and Crime  

Cyber Liability

What can typically be covered subject to underwriting :

  • Loss of data: notification costs, identity & credit monitoring costs, civil liability, data restoration costs
  • Cyber extortion
  • Cyber business interruption
  • 24/7 incident response
  • IT Forensics
  • Public Relations advice
  • Legal advice
  • Defence costs, fines & penalties (where legal)

Crime

  • Theft from the Insured by anyone (whether employed by them or not)
  • Theft by a third party however it is perpetrated
  • Damage to money and securities
  • Malicious data damage
  • Court compensation costs
  • Identity fraud
  • Commercial disruption
  • Telecommunications fraud
  • Public utilities fraud
  • Public relations consultancy fees
  • Costs and contractual penalties
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Mike Protheroe

Development Director

Mike has worked in Insurance Broking for 26 years having held positions with both Provincial and National Brokers.