Cyber Liability

Products Cyber Liability

Traditional insurance policies have significant gaps in coverage for digital exposures and are often issued with broad exclusions. What’s a business to do? RPS’ Cyber Liability coverage is an excellent start.

The Cyber & Privacy Liability experts at RPS are adept at designing large-scale cyber products for public entities and regional or national business franchises within a broad spectrum of industries, including professional services (legal, IT), public entities (municipalities, counties), medical (hospitals, private practice), education (school districts, colleges, private schools), hospitality (hotels, restaurants), data process controls, high-traffic websites and blogs, and social networking/dating sites.

Available coverages include Privacy Liability, Professional Liability, Network Security Liability, Media/Website Liability, Notification Expense, Regulatory Proceedings, Brand Protection/PR, Business Interruption, Damage to Systems, Electronic Theft and Cyber Extortion.          

Cyber Liability coverage is available in first and third party options. Many policies are modular and can be tailored to fit customers’ needs.

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Costs of Cyber Crime for Financial Services Firms Tripled Over the Last Five Years

A new report, “Cost of Cyber Crime Study”, released from Accenture and the Ponemon Institute, indicates that the cost of cyber attacks for the financ…

Business Interruption, Cyber & Natural Catastrophes Top Business Risks for 2018

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty recently released its results on the top business risks for companies around the world after conducting a sur…

Equifax Breach: A Defining Moment on Cyber Security for Boards

Last September Equifax disclosed that attackers had used a flaw in its website software to extract the personal information of as many as 145.5 millio…

Cyber Trends for 2018

Looking back, 2017 was the year of WannaCry, the global ransomware attack, and major breaches at Equifax and Verizon. As we look ahead, can we expect …

The Growing Concern of Cyber Threats for Public Entities

Public entities like all organizations face cyber threats that can upend their systems, cause reputational damage and result in significant losses. At…

Insurance Policies Required for Today’s Expanding Cyber Risks

When Cyber Liability insurance policies were first developed they focused on addressing data breach exposures involving the loss or theft of protected…


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