"Cloud computing, big data, and mobility continue to play a critical role in addressing the information needs of companies in today's dynamic business landscape," said
- Product or Service Financial Injury (E&O)– Liability insurance protection against claims or suits for financial injuries suffered by the insured's customer due to defects or deficiencies in the insured's products or services and the failure of such products or services to perform in accordance with a contract or agreement.
- Destructive Programming– Protects companies that are contractually engaged in streamlining the business operations of supplier, cloud service, and financial institution systems if a cyber attack occurs and results in injuries to those systems but the attack was not caused by a product or service defect or contract performance failure.
- Extended Cyber– Dedicated insurance for cyber attacks which covers damages and claimant costs sustained by a third party, other than the insured's customers, for injuries caused by unauthorized access or use of software, data, or other information in electronic form.
- Intellectual Property (IP)/Disclosure and Reputation Disparagement– Insurance for injuries sustained by third parties, other than the insured's customers, resulting from actual or suspected disclosure of confidential information, intellectual property infringement, privacy violation, or reputation disparagement.
Integrity+ also includes First Party Cyber insurance protection for expenses incurred in connection with a privacy data breach such as the costs for Privacy Notification, Forensics, Remediation and Crisis Management, and Investigation and Defence of Regulatory Actions. These additional
Integrity + by
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