Cyber Liability Insurance
Cyber Liability is a dynamic risk, making it difficult to insure and is one of the biggest threats faced by businesses today. Cyber risk is no longer a 1 in 100-year chance. It’s happening daily. The insurance industry and the public and private sectors are finding underwriting cyber liability to be complex. We are sharing information to help you with cyber-risk management. We hope to provide insights to what we’ve seen, how preparing for an Incident Response Plan, and implementing policies and procedures can help you secure and maintain your cyber liability insurance.
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How Can You Prepare Guide
CyberForce|Q has prepared a Cyber Liability Insurance guide on understanding three phases of Cyber Liability Insurance and how to be prepared for Underwriting, Loss Prevention and Loss Mitigation.
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Next Steps To Prepare
How You Can
Be prepared to show underwriters how your cybersecurity program ties back to generally accepted governance framework.
Have an Incident Response Plan or
Business Continuity plan documented.
CyberForce|Q provides assessment and has
an application for tracking your policies
and procedures to NIST CSF or CIC CSC.
CyberForce|Q can help you review, write, or
assist with updating your plan. We also provide incident response testing with your team.
What if I have a breach? When do I contact my insurance company? What are my requirements?
Have a documented plan that includes a call to your
insurance partner. CyberForce|Q can assist in
mitigating, collecting, and reporting to your partners
about your incident.