Pennsylvania Cyber Insurance
Does My Business Need Cyber Liability Insurance?
The answer is yes!
Many business owners may think their General Liability Insurance policy covers data breach costs. That's an easy mistake to make. However, there is a huge difference between physical property and digital property. General Liability Insurance can only help out when you damage or lose a third party's physical property, not when you accidentally expose their credit card information.
A Cyber Insurance policy from Joyce, Jackman & Bell Insurors can help pay for the cost of notifying breached parties, offering credit monitoring services, repairing your security and more.
Your business may seriously benefit from this coverage if you:
- Accept credit card payments;
- Have a website; or
- Store customer or client information in the cloud.
If so, you may be able to add data breach coverage to your Business Owners Policy. for very small businesses with low risk profiles, bundling your Cyber Risk coverage with a BOP can cost as little as $500, though this will vary based on what your business does and where it operates.
Our licensed Cyber Liability Insurance professionals understand the importance of keeping your Pennsylvania business information private and protected. Joyce, Jackman & Bell Insurors know that every business has unique insurance needs and requires a unique insurance package to fully protect itself. Some special features of a Pennsylvania Cyber Insurance program can include:
- Errors & Omissions of products and services
- Intellectual property protection
- Network and security breaches
- Cyber liability and cyber extortion
- Crisis management expense
- Computer virus transmission to others
- Invasion of privacy and failure to protect data
- Unauthorized access
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Don't wait until your business is breached! Contact Joyce, Jackman & Bell Insurors today to review your Cyber Liability Insurance needs. Call our Pittston, PA office at 570-654-5505 or complete the quote form to the right.
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