Zurich Security and Privacy Protection Insurance
As privacy has evolved into a hot topic, governments are responding with tougher protection laws. Customers want to know they can trust companies that retain their personally identifiable information.
Choose the right Security and Privacy Protection Insurance
Zurich’s Security and Privacy Protection policy responds to today’s risks. It is designed to address both third-party liability and first-party loss, including privacy breach costs, digital asset replacement expense, and business interruption cover following a security or privacy breach. The third-party liability provisions include coverage for regulatory proceedings, cyber extortion threats and the option to add internet media liability coverage.
Business Interruption Loss
Business Interruption Loss – External Suppliers
Business Cyber Extortion
Electronic Data Replacement
Third Party Loss – Security and Privacy Liability
Third Party Loss – Defence Costs
Third Party Loss – Regulatory Breach Liability
Crisis Management Expenses
Notification and Monitoring Expenses
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