CyberRisk for Public Entities

Just as public entities would not go without an insurance policy to protect themselves from a fire, they shouldn't go without protecting themselves from cyber risks. CyberRisk is a powerful, modular approach to offering cyber insurance solutions for public entities.

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CyberRisk provides more solutions with coverage options specifically tailored to public entities.

It helps protect public entities in the event of a cyber breach by providing coverage as a standalone policy or part of a full suite of coverages. CyberRisk coverage includes 17 insuring agreements, including:

Liability insuring agreements:  
Privacy and security  
Breach Response insuring agreements:  
Privacy breach notification  
Computer and legal experts  
Cyber extortion  
Data restoration  
Public relations  
Cyber crime insuring agreements:  
Computer fraud  
Funds transfer fraud  
Social engineering fraud  
Telecom fraud  
Business loss insuring agreements:  
Business interruption  
System failure  
Dependent business interruption  
Reputational harm

This coverage is specifically designed to help protect: 

K-12 public schools
Municipalities and counties
Transit authorities 

CyberRisk coverage provides innovative value-added pre-breach and post-breach risk management services. 

Travelers is there to help clients manage the short- and long-term issues which can arise after a cyber event. That support includes: 

  • The HCL Technologies Cyber Security Coach helpline which is designed to provide actionable advice and answers to your cybersecurity questions.
  • A HIPAA Coach who can consult with you about the steps you should take to safeguard protected health information (PHI) from a data breach.
  • A Breach Coach® who can help you isolate the affected data, notify customers, retain necessary forensics experts and manage crisis communications. A Breach Coach can help you determine the potential for regulatory penalties and legal action and identify the next steps to take.
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How multifactor authentication (MFA) can help protect against cyber threats

Multifactor authentication (MFA) can help stop cyber attacks by requiring a second form of verification that can block most account-compromising attacks.

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With more than a century of expertise and more than 500 Risk Control consultants, Travelers has the experience and technical proficiency to help businesses manage their risks. 

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