Errors & omissions insurance
Detecting a data breach is key to mitigating damage and preventing future breaches and cyberattacks.
Data breaches and cyberattacks are on the rise, hitting large and small businesses alike. Hackers can steal client data, pilfer your bank accounts, or shut down your computers and demand a ransom. There are a few tips, however, that you can follow to reduce the risk of a data breach at your company.
Insuring your business's laptops, desktops, and other electronics is a necessity when you work in tech. Learn which policies include computer or laptop insurance.
Data breaches that expose sensitive digital assets can cause expensive lawsuits. Learn the difference between first-party and third-party cyber liability insurance and how these policies can help your business handle cybercrime.
Liability insurance can protect you from risks and help your business meet contract requirements. Here’s how to decide which coverage limits you need for your liability policies.
If you are a tech pro who owns a small business, you should look into errors and omissions insurance (E&O), also called professional liability insurance. This policy can help defer the costs of lawsuits, even if you’ve done nothing wrong, and costs about $60 per month.