Cyber Liability

We can help you mitigate your cyber risks.

Creating a cyber-resilient organization is now a significant challenge facing the majority of businesses around the globe. It is why our team specializes in technology and cyber insurance, so we can design and place appropriate insurance programs to protect client interests.


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Cyber Liability addresses first-party and third-party exposures associated with websites, computer networks, and information assets. Exposures include privacy issues, including breaches of personally identifiable information as well as personal health information, corporate confidential information, virus transmission, data loss,cyber extortion, and security failure, among others.


Our services and solutions include:


    • First Party Exposures:

    • Business Interruption

    • Extortion

    • Information Asset Loss and Restoration Extortion

    • Crisis Management

    • Third Party Exposures:

        • Privacy and Network Security Liability

        • Media Liability


Traditional insurance policies have significant gaps in coverage for cyber exposures and often have broad coverage exclusions. Therefore cyber liability policies have been developed to fill the gaps in coverage.


We'll take a consultative/advisory approach to your business, assessing your own particular cyber risks and exposures. From there, we create bespoke cyber insurance products tailored to your own business. We specialise in highly complex and difficult cyber insurance placements.


Policy limits and exclusions may apply; please see policy wording for full terms and conditions.



On June 18, 2015, Canada passed into law Bill S-4 - The Digital Privacy Act. Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) includes a mandatory requirement for organizations to give notice to affected individuals and to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada about data breaches in certain circumstances. These new provisions were brought into force on November 1, 2018.