Cyber Suite Spotlight: A Benefits Overview

Cyber Suite Overview

In this day and age, organizations depend on computers, networks and electronic data to complete essential tasks. The use of and reliance on these tools present dangerous cyber risks, such as hacking and data breaches, which can lead to expensive damages.

Cybercrime is the fastest growing crime in the United States, and it’s increasing in complexity and cost. In 2019, cybercrime cost businesses over $2 trillion, and by 2021, it is estimated to cost the world $6 trillion annually

To help better protect our policyholders from these ever-increasing cyber exposures, we have arranged with Hartford Steam Boiler to provide Cyber Suite Coverage — a comprehensive, claims-made, cyber insurance solution designed to respond to breaches of personal information, threats of unauthorized intrusion into or inference with computer systems, damage to data and systems from computer attacks, and cyber-related litigation.

Cyber Suite provides nine* coverages bundled into one form, offering protection from the potential E&O exposure that comes with having to choose which individual cyber coverages to include on an insured’s policy. Coverages for Commercial Package Policies include:  

Cyber Suite offers numerous advantages, including Cyber Extortion for no additional premium, and liability limits of up to $1M - two features that are not readily available in the marketplace today. Visit our other Cyber Suite Spotlight blog posts to learn about additional features and selling points of each of the nine coverages. 

We are excited to provide this state-of-the-art cyber product to our policyholders, and look forward to sharing the benefits with you! For more information, contact your GuideOne Sales Director or Marketing Representative, or visit the Cyber Suite Resources page of GuideLink.  

 

*Cyber Suite for Business Owner’s Policies includes six coverages. Misdirected Payment Fraud, Computer Fraud, and Electronic Media Liability are exclusive to the CPP version of Cyber Suite.

 

Read the series: Computer AttackComputer Fraud & Misdirected Payment FraudCyber ExtortionData Compromise Response Expenses & Liability CoveragesElectronic Media Liability, eRiskHub ServiceIdentity RecoveryNetwork Security Liability

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Mallory Aslin

Mallory Aslin

Sales Training Specialist

As a member of the Sales Training team, Mallory provides product and system training for GuideOne’s sales team and distribution partners across the United States, as well as assists in developing training content. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian and Global Studies from Michigan State University.

Mallory lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her husband and two children, and is an avid St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan.

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