Privacy Breach Liability Insurance

Protect Your Business From Privacy Breach Liability in three easy steps:

1. Get a Quote
2. Review Quote and Included Coverages
3. Complete Application Form
 

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Most expenses that arise following a cyber attack aren't covered by your Commercial General Liability policy. And they can add up fast; the average cost of a data breach in Canada is now $6.11 million.

Start your quote below.

 

 

Step 1: Get a Quote

Start by choosing your coverage limit.

$500k coverage limit

Coverages

Cyber Incident Response
Cyber & Privacy Liability
System Damage & Business interruption
Cyber Crime ($250,000)

Select

$1m coverage limit

Coverages

Cyber Incident Response
Cyber & Privacy Liability
System Damage & Business interruption
Cyber Crime ($250,000)

Select

$2m coverage limit

Coverages

Cyber Incident Response
Cyber & Privacy Liability
System Damage & Business interruption
Cyber Crime ($250,000)

Select

Step 2: Review Quote and Coverages

$ of cyber crime and cyber liability protection:

Included Coverage:

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Coverage 1: Cyber Incident Response

Includes coverage for:

Cover incident response costs
Legal and regulatory costs 
Security and forensic costs 
Crisis communication costs
Privacy Breach Management costs
Post breach remediation costs

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Coverage 2: Cyber Crime
($250,000 limit)

Includes coverage for:

Funds transfer fraud
Theft of funds held in escrow
Theft of personal funds 
Extortion
Corporate identity theft
Telephone hacking
Phising

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Coverage 3: System Damage & Business Interruption

Includes coverage for:

System damage and rectification costs
System business interruption 
Consequential reputation harm
Loss adjustment costs

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Coverage 4: Network Security & Privacy Liability

Includes coverage for:

Network security liability
Privacy liability
Management liability
Regulatory fines
PCI fines, penalties and assessments

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Coverage 5: Media Liability

Includes coverage for:

Defamation
Intellectual property rights infringement 

Breach Reporting Requirements Are Changing for Canadian Businesses

PIPEDA mandatory breach reporting requirements come into effect on November 1, 2018. Failure to comply could result in fines.

To learn more, download our whitepaper.

Questions? Contact your CapriCMW Advisor.