Cyber attacks pose a real threat to all companies dealing with electronic data on: mobile devices, computers, servers and/or websites.

SMEs can be targeted by hackers, as a back door means of attacking larger organisations and, even where robust systems are in place, risks associated with employee error can never be totally eliminated.

To understand what a cyber liability insurance policy can cover, consideration needs to be given to both 1st party and 3rd party losses.

Direct costs incurred by a business following a cyber breach i.e.
– Loss or damage to websites, programmes or electronic data – Costs to restore, update, recreate or replace
– Impact on ability to trade – Loss of income
– Damage to reputation – crisis containment and P.R. costs to minimise reputational damage
– Defence costs in respect of regulatory breaches e.g. data protection act
– Notification costs, following a data breach – notifying customers and/or regulators
– Cyber extortion – ransom demands

Claims made by other companies/individuals i.e.
– Legal liabilities resulting from a security breach e.g. virus transmission / breach of confidential client or employee details
– Multimedia liability – liability arising out of inadvertent negligence in respect of digital media content e.g. websites, emails, blogs etc

Please complete the form below for a Cyber insurance quotation

Cyber & Data Breach Insurance

  • Please answer the following 5 QUESTIONS:
  • 4. Please carefully review the Eligibility Criteria below and advise if you do not agree with ALL of the statements - Your company has been in operation for more than 24 months - USA revenues are less than 25% of the overall revenue - Revenues from online or automated platforms account for less than 25% - Revenues from credit card transactions account for less than 25% - If you handle credit card transactions, you are compliant with the data security standard of PCI (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) - You don’t use SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition) or similar process control software - You have not sustained any losses or has not been subject to any claims in the past 5 years which would be covered under the proposed insurance. - There are no acts, errors, omissions, circumstances, facts, situations, events, incidents or transactions which you aware of, or ought reasonably to have been aware of, that may give rise to a claim or loss under the proposed insurance. - All material facts have been disclosed.