Cyber Insurance

Cyber Insurance

Any company can be affected by a breach of sensitive customer or employee information.

The information and digital age allows us to collect more data, collaborate more efficiently, streamline business processes, and extract information around the globe 24/7. Increased reliance on computer systems and access to information can significantly increase a company’s vulnerability to cyber security threats. Outages, mistakes, or attacks on these new processes can result in significant out-of-pocket costs that can devastate an organisation’s bottom line. When it comes to data security breach or privacy loss, it isn’t a matter of whether it will happen, but rather when it will happen. So when it does happen, you’ll need comprehensive protection from an insurer that specialises in handling cyber risks, offers a full suite of integrated insurance solutions to help minimise gaps in coverage, and understands how to tailor coverage to your business.

Find out how our Cyber Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Version 2 Policy protects your business assets against the complexity of cyber threats.

Coverage Highlights

What it Covers

First Party

  • Incident Response – from an actual or suspected cyber event – often nil deductible
  • Business Interruption – loss of net profit and continuing operating expenses
  • Data and System Recovery – increased cost of work, data recovery costs, additional business interruption mitigation
  • Cyber Extortion – extortion payments and negotiation

Third Party

  • Privacy and Network Security Liability – liability following data breach or failure of network security:
    • PCI DSS contractual fines and penalties
    • Consumer redress fund
    • Regulatory fines and penalties (where legally insurable) – GDPR
  • Media Liability – liability following defamation or infringement online


  • Contingent business interruption for outsourced technology providers
  • System failure triggers – human error, programming error, power failure
  • Standard extensions:
    • Emergency incident response expenses within 48 hours for SME and Middle Market insureds – nil deductible
    • Betterment costs – imrovement of software and applications
    • Cyber crime – direct financial loss following cyber theft
    • Reward expenses
    • Telecommunications fraud
  • Pay on behalf for incident response expenses
  • Flexible incident response providers
  • Rogue employee
  • Voluntary notification
  • Voluntary shutdown
  • By endorsement: Reputational Harm Extension, Social Engineering Fraud
  • Cyber terrorism
  • Worldwide coverage
Chubb’s Cyber Enterprise Risk Management in 90sec
Keep your business protected from cyber risks

Chubb’s Cyber Enterprise Risk Management solution provides you with the coverage and services needed to mitigate these cyber risks.

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