Protecting your business today from the threats it may face tomorrow.
If your organization conducts internet commerce, has a website or stores sensitive electronic information on a network, we recommend exploring cyber insurance coverage.
Whether you use your business computers to send and receive emails, process payments, store customer data, generate business intelligence, calculate taxes or a myriad of other uses, there’s many avenues that can lead to a potentially devastating data breach.
Cyber liability insurance helps protect you against liability related to communicating or conducting business online. Industries most frequently targeted for network or data breach include retail, technology, financial service and health care companies, but no business is off limits. And every business, large or small, has unique risk exposure.
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Because while cyber threats keep evolving, you can have peace of mind knowing that your cyber liability insurance keeps pace.
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Regardless of the nature of your business, almost all business computer systems contain sensitive data.
Storing this sensitive data can make you vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Not only can a cyber breach put your business at risk by opening the door to identity theft and other financial crimes, it can also create serious legal liability if customer data is compromised.
If customer data stored on your business computers is stolen in a cyber-attack, you can be held legally liable for any consequential damage they incur.
In light of the recent uptick in high-profile cyber thefts perpetrated in the U.S., more businesses are investing in cyber liability coverage to help mitigate their cyber risk.
While the coverage provided by each cyber policy can vary based on several factors, here are a few examples of threats it is designed to address.
While the costs of direct remediation, such as restoring lost data and informing your customers, are included as first-party coverages, legal defense for lawsuits and other potential tertiary damage claims are processed as third-party coverage.
In the aftermath of a covered claim, your cyber liability policy can help with these costs.
You may think cyber-attacks are only a threat for large enterprises and multinational businesses, but small businesses are actually the most likely to be targeted.
Perhaps because small business owners typically employ less robust cybersecurity protocols and may lack awareness of the cyber risks they face, small businesses represented around 64% of the total number of U.S. victims in recent years.
With the average cost incurred by U.S. cyber-attack victims at $8.19 million, the need for cyber liability insurance is clear. Though most cybercriminals target businesses in the health care, retail, technology and financial services sectors, there are recent examples of victims in almost every industry.
If your business processes credit card or ACH transactions, stores patient medical information, works with social security or driver’s license numbers, collects personal customer information or sells cybersecurity services, you need cyber insurance.
Even if you don’t fall into one of these categories, the risk of a cyber-attack is far too great to ignore.
In most cases, general liability insurance does not include cyber liability coverage.
Because there is no tangible bodily injury or property damage to remedy in the aftermath of a cyber-attack, these perils are often excluded from a general liability policy.
A cyber-attack can cost much more than the data lost in the breach. Data breaches can open the door for a wide range of secondary attacks and residual damages, putting your reputation and financial security in jeopardy.
Cyber liability coverage is fast becoming one of the most sought-after commercial insurance coverages available.
At Higginbotham, we take a consultative approach to customer service and risk management.
Whether you have a single policy, a commercial package or many insurance policies covering multiple locations and risks, we take the time to understand your unique needs so we deliver the best coverage at the best price available.
But we don’t stop there.
Our work continues 365 days a year. We have a Day Two Services® team that works in tandem with our risk management specialists to deliver year-round value.
From help with compliance to safety audits and claims advocacy, our Day Two Services® team helps you mitigate risks, avoid costly claims and better position your operations so you can focus on what matters most: growing your business.