All new insurance products evolve after they’re tested in the real world, and it’s no different for Cyber Liability Insurance. Just a few years ago, an application for Cyber Liability Insurance could reach 20 pages long—a comically long form for anyone other than a highly technical client contact, like the CIO/CTO, to complete. For some clients, that was an easy ask, for others it stopped the buying process right there.
There are a lot of aspects of insurance that New Yorkers, and those in the entire Tri-State area, commonly overlook when it comes to protecting their homes and businesses. It’s worth taking a deeper look into your policy to confirm you’re covered for specific risks if you fall into any of these categories:
When purchasing insurance, or any service for that matter, it’s important to understand who you’re dealing with and where their primary responsibilities reside. The same applies when establishing a (hopefully) long-term relationship with an insurance professional you’re entrusting to help protect you and your family against life’s risks. So, who can you trust?