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For specific information on Cyber Insurance, please contact:

Christopher Fill, Senior Vice President and Executive Director
christopher.fill@aon.com
t: +1.312.381.3825

Cyber Insurance



In evaluating Cyber Insurance, it is important to understand the risks and exposures an insurance policy may or may not address. While there are numerous standard products available in the marketplace, we believe that one size does not fit all. Since the terms and conditions of each Cyber Insurance product vary greatly, we examine and modify each offering to present a recommended solution that is tailored to our clients' unique needs.

Many professional service firms consider expenses related to a privacy or security data breach, such as statutory notification costs, to be of paramount concern.

  • More and more contracts are specifically requiring insurance coverage for these types of costs
  • Data breach disclosure laws have been enacted or introduced in a majority of states, as well as in the European Union, and continue to evolve

Cyber Insurance policies provide access to data breach consultants and panels of experts to assist firms that suffer data breaches. This insurance pays expenses for forensic investigation and public relations, as well as notification costs, credit monitoring, and consumer education and assistance costs arising out of a data breach. Some policies also cover the cost of retaining outside counsel to evaluate the firm's potential obligations for a breach.

Cyber Insurance can also be designed to cover the following additional exposures:

  • Privacy and Security Liability
  • Business Interruption and Extra Expenses
  • Contingent Business Interruption
  • Cyber Extortion
  • Data Corruption
  • Media Liability
Strategic Approach

Our process for discussing Cyber Insurance is educational and consultative:

Phase 1
  • A "Gap Analysis" is performed to determine where any possible coverage can be found in existing insurance policies
  • Results are presented in a clear and concise format, with open dialogue
  • Based on the findings, we provide recommendations on how to address any gaps
Phase 2
  • We provide an application for Cyber Insurance and assist with any questions
  • We negotiate Cyber Insurance options specific to our clients' individual needs
  • A detailed comparison of the terms and conditions of each offering is presented
  • We place a Cyber Insurance solution as directed by the client
Our Offices
New York
Aon Risk Services Northeast, Inc.
199 Water Street
New York, NY 10038 | USA
t +1.212.441.1000
Gerard R Guterl II, Chief Executive Officer
David Powell, Senior Managing Director and Chief Broking Officer
Robert E. Cook, Managing Director