Shield your company with Cyber Insurance.

The cost of dealing with a data breach goes beyond repairing databases, strengthening security procedures or replacing lost laptops. Regulations requiring notifications of affected customers also drive costs for companies in which a data breach compromises personal or confidential data. Traditional business insurance may not be enough to protect companies from cyber-crime.


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Who needs coverage?

Just about any organization that uses technology to do business faces cyber risk.

And as technology becomes more complex and sophisticated, so do the threats we face – which is why every business and organization needs to be prepared with both cyber liability insurance and an effective cyber security plan to manage and mitigate cyber risk.

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What is Cyber Liability Insurance?

Cyber Liability Insurance provides a combination of coverage options to help protect your business.

It's not a question of if your organization will suffer a breach, but when. Policy holders can access tools and resources to manage and mitigate cyber risk - pre-breach and post-breach.

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What does it cover?

Cyber Liability Insurance can cover costs associated with the liability of a claim or suit related to a breach.

The right coverage your business or organization needs depends on your level of risk. Find the Cyber Liability insurance coverage that is right for your organization.


*Insurance Products not insured by FDIC or any Federal Government Agency - May lose value - Not a Deposit of or Guaranteed by a Bank or any Bank Affiliate - Insurance products are offered through non-bank affiliates of TSB and are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies. Products and services are offered by Texas Security Bank and its affiliates.