- June 4, 2014
- Posted by: Aimpro Insurance
- Category: Personal Coverage
Many businesses have started to carry out global marketing via the Internet. Not only are they marketing their products and services on the Internet, but many times, they also make them available for purchase online.
While online promotion and selling is great, it also makes for a strong reason as to why businesses need to invest in cyber liability insurance. In fact, it is imperative that all businesses take special note to the many threats that doing business online presents.
In addition to security threats, you need to realize that data breaches can take place anytime too. Your business information, as well as your customers’ data that you store online, is very confidential, and you don’t want anyone getting their hands on it. If they do, this could land you in a position in which you endure financial ruin as well as acquire a bad reputation.
How do you protect your business? It’s simple. You buy cyber liability insurance. For the most part, this type of insurance will cover the following:
- Liability in relation to network security
- Liability in relation to extortion
- Liability in relation to media and multimedia
- Loss of confidential information
Some companies think that because they don’t do much business on the Internet that they are in no need of cyber liability insurance. This is a bad assumption to make. For any business that carries out any of its operations online, cyber liability insurance will be very advantageous. This means even if a business doesn’t carry out transactions online but stores customer data in some type of online program or cloud, cyber liability insurance should still be purchased.
If you would like to learn more about cyber liability and business insurance coverage, please don’t hesitate to contact Aimpro in Phoenix, Arizona today.