Imagine your business suffering from a data breach, virus, or other cyberattack. Having a Cyber liability policy would cover the cost for your business to
recover from such a cyber crime. This includes legal claims that could arise resulting from the breach. If you are a business that stores or holds sensitive
data in the cloud or handles online transactions, you should have cyber liability insurance.
With this cutting-edge cyber liability protection solution, coverage for network business interruptions, e-commerce exposures, other online crimes and
hacking, you can rest at ease. Cyber liability insurance also includes loss control education and training; and full post-breach crisis management assistance.
Bottom line, if you are a business that stores personally identifiable information, be it for employees or customers should have cyber liability insurance.
The type of sensitive information includes any data that can be used to identify a particular individual, such as name, data of birth, email address, social
security number, credit card number, or bank account number. You also need cyber coverage if you have any data you cannot afford to lose. Personally,
you need cyber coverage to protect your assets because hackers can and do steal using many techniques.