Cyber

Cyber

Cyber risk, in all its different forms, poses a very real threat to the financial performance of businesses.

New security loopholes are constantly being discovered and the battle between hackers and system administrators is not one that your company can afford to lose. Cyber liability policies can cover both losses sustained by your own business and liability for damages claimed by a third-party.

Cover for your business includes:

  • Hacker damage
  • Cyber extortion
  • Cyber business Interruption
  • Theft of money and loss or damage to digital assets
  • Loss of third-party data
  • Investigation following privacy breach
  • Customer notification expenses
  • Reputational damage

Cover for a third-party includes:

  • Security and privacy breaches
  • Investigation of privacy breach
  • Customer notification expenses
  • Multi-media liability
  • Loss of third-party data

Cyber attacks are an ongoing threat, and therefore require an ongoing risk management plan in combination with suitable insurance. At Aston Scott, we can provide both.

If you’re concerned about cyber attacks, please speak to a member of our Cyber team: 03300085049

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