Data center insurance policies help your company comply with state laws and the terms of leases and contracts. These policies can aid with natural disaster recovery, legal issues, theft, and data breaches.
Tech E&O insurance covers legal costs related to work performance, such as a mistake made by a data center operator that causes a disruption or data loss. It includes both E&O and cyber insurance.
This policy helps your data center recover from a data breach or cyberattack. It's strongly recommended for any business that stores credit card numbers, customer addresses, or other personal information.
If one of your employees steals from a client, a fidelity bond reimburses the client for the amount that was stolen. It’s often required by clients in financial services.
This policy protects data centers from basic third-party risks, and it's often required by contracts and leases. Bundle it with property insurance in a business owner's policy (BOP) for a discount.
Data centers and service providers that employ other people usually need to purchase this policy to comply with state law. It covers medical expenses for employees injured on the job.
Commercial auto insurance covers the cost of accidents involving a data center's truck, van, or company car. Most states require this insurance coverage for vehicles owned by a business.
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Data centers may need additional insurance policies to protect against other exposures:
There are two kinds of cyber insurance, both equally important for data centers:
When you buy tech E&O, it includes both types of cyber insurance, along with errors and omissions insurance to protect against other lawsuits from dissatisfied clients.
It's easy to save money on business insurance through a few simple steps: