Cyber Liability Insurance

61% of all hacks are directed at small businesses: protect your business from malicious actors.

Get back up and running quickly.

When a small business like yours gets hacked, it’s typically because of human error—your employee opens or clicks on a phishing email, you accidentally send money to a wrong (fraudulent) account, or someone loses a laptop or phone.

When this happens, not only is there a financial loss, there’s also data loss. Loss of business data, loss of employee data, or worse yet—the loss of confidential customer data. Three out of five small businesses fold within six months of a data breach.

Stay in business!

Cyber liability insurance (also known as data breach insurance) protects your business from the consequences of a breach. Unlike other types of insurance, if you make a claim, you don’t get a check, you get a SWAT team of experts to handle the situation and get you back on track as quickly as possible.

You’re not “too small to be hacked.”

Many businesses aren’t sure they really need cyber liability insurance, thinking “who would want to hack into MY business? I’m too small to be targeted.”

Data show that more than half of all cyber attacks target small businesses precisely because they lack protection. Just ask yourself:

Do you handle credit card information, tax records, personally identifying information such as customer addresses and phone numbers, sensitive, proprietary data for your own business or your clients?

If “yes” is the answer to any of the above, there’s a good chance you need cyber liability insurance.

Near-term benefits, long-term solutions.

Depending on the type of policy you get, cyber liability can pay for:


A project manager to handle every aspect of the breach


Forensic engineers to identify and fix the breach


PR experts to address any customer relations fallout


A legal team to ensure you're complying with all regulations


The costs of restoring lost and repairing damaged data

Want to protect your business from the consequences of cyber attacks?