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Cyber and Professional Liability

Nationwide's Enterprise Cyber Insurance product is more than just a policy. It's a service-based solution designed to complement and enhance your organization's Cyber risk profile. Policyholders have access to loss prevention services and tools, breach response and remediation expertise and an experienced claims team with one thing in mind: getting our policyholders back on their feet as quickly as possible.

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Who we cover

  • All public and private U.S. companies across all industries and size classes, including exposures in Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Up to $25 million available for Network Security, Privacy, Media, Breach Remediation Services and first party Data Loss and Business Income Loss

Scope of coverage

  • Single aggregate limit for all elected coverage options (subject to underwriting review and approval)
  • Defense and settlement costs for claims made by third parties due to loss of sensitive third-party information
  • Full-service breach remediation, including computer forensics, Breach Coaching, notification, credit monitoring and call center services
  • Computer System Interruption Loss
  • Cyber Extortion
  • First Party Data Asset Restoration Costs
  • Technology E&O
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Options and services

Coverage enhancement options, including:

  • Regulatory Fines, Fees and Penalties, including PCI Assessments
  • No retention for notification costs
  • Dependent network business interruption coverage

Loss prevention services, including:

  • Security and compliance training
  • Network security vulnerability testing
  • Legal consultation
  • Industry specific policy wording options for focus industries
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Need to file a claim?
24/7 claims reporting is available at 1-888-275-7992 or mlsreportaloss@nationwide.com.

Loss mitigation

A go-to resource for all things cyber, helping you shore up defenses and respond effectively to data breaches, network attacks and other cyber events.

 

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