If a hacker or former employee steals data, you could be held liable. Cyber insurance can cover legal fees and provide essential support and resources.
This policy provides liability coverage related to:
There are two kinds of cyber liability insurance: first-party and third-party.
First-party cyber insurance covers data breaches at the policyholder’s business. It can cover expenses related to:
This coverage is key for a media or advertising company that stores client information, such as credit card numbers.
Third-party cyber insurance can protect businesses responsible for safeguarding client data. If a client suffers a breach and files a lawsuit, this policy can help pay for:
This coverage is beneficial for businesses like IT companies, but is likely not necessary for media or advertising businesses.
While cyber liability insurance covers data-related risks, it does not provide complete protection. Advertising agencies, social media companies, publishers, and other media and advertising professionals should also consider:
General liability insurance: This policy can cover expenses related to third-party bodily injury or property damage, including medical bills and legal costs.
Media liability insurance: Also known as professional liability insurance, this policy protects media and advertising professionals against lawsuits related to advertising injuries or work performance.
Workers’ compensation: Required in most states for businesses with employees, workers’ comp can cover medical expenses and partial lost wages if an employee is injured on the job.
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