It’s not easy keeping pace with the complex and rapidly changing field of cyber liability, and coverages for technology providers.
Our account executives managing computer, information and network technology will help you keep pace with this complex and rapidly changing field.
Insurance coverage for technology providers:
Property – In addition to a traditional comprehensive property contract, we can include coverage for water damage or changes in temperature or humidity to computer equipment, as well as impairment of computer services and malicious programming.
Loss of Business Income – Special features include extra expense, R & D income replacement and coverage for the destruction of supplier premises anywhere in the world.
General Liability (GL) – The standard GL policy excludes coverage for advertising injury for those policyholders in the business of publishing, advertising, telecasting or broadcasting. An important special feature of the GL that we offer relates to Personal Injury Liability, which covers claims of libel, slander, disparagement and invasion of privacy arising out of advertising injury.
Errors & Omissions (E & O) – A lawsuit or claim against you may allege a substantial loss of business profit and extra expenses when your client claims a work product either does not meet their expectations or that you have breached your contract with them. The E & O Policy we design for you may include worldwide coverage regardless of where the suit or claim is brought or made (except where the federal government prohibits you from doing business).
The Signature B&B Companies (TSBBC) has access to the finest carriers providing coverage to this industry. Please Contact Us for additional information or for a free “no-risk” proposal.
Almost any business other than the very smallest is dependent on technology as an essential aspect of their operations. Not only can your business be at risk, but your firm may be sued for damages to your customers, suppliers and others.
A cyber liability policy is essential to protect your company against risks including physical damage to your EDP equipment, data breaches, computer viruses infecting your systems or those of others and loss of business income.