We help safeguard against the constantly evolving web of cyber liability exposures that all industries face today. Yesterday’s standard security practices are no match for today’s data breaches, network failures, cyber extortion, and other sophisticated cyber crimes.
- Data Breaches and Privacy Concerns
- Cyber Disruption and Business Interruption
- Cyber Extortion
- Cyber Terrorism
Cyber Liability Insurance: Customized for Your Unique Cyber Threats
Our dedicated team of Cyber Risk experts constantly evaluates the latest threats and negotiates with carriers to drive improvements in cyber coverage. But many are left wondering: what’s actually covered by cyber insurance? Our team can help make sense of the basics included in every policy and where coverage can be expanded and enhanced for your particular needs.
Wondering how Cyber applies to your organization? Email our National Cyber Practice Leader, Dan Burke.
Cyber Services—Beyond Insurance
Our team also guides organizations beyond cyber insurance coverage; we believe a healthy cyber approach addresses all aspects of your cyber risk—before, during, and after possible attacks.
We present a four-way approach to cyber risk, focusing on risk assessment, enterprise coverage evaluation, risk transfer, and incident response.
Click a topic area of the Cyber Liability Solution diagram to learn more about Woodruff Sawyer’s approach.
- Risk Assessment through the Cyber Services Network
- Claims Incidence Response through the Claims Advocacy Team
- Risk Transfer with the Right Cyber Insurance
- Analysis of Coverage Gaps and Overlaps Across Your Insurance Lines
Learn more about protecting your organization with cyber liability insurance and other related cyber services. Email our National Cyber Practice Leader, Dan Burke.
Get the answer to the question on the minds of many CISOs and company executives: If we are the victim of a cyber attack, should we pay the ransom?
On May 7, 2021, Colonial Pipeline Company, the largest US fuel pipeline, turned off the taps after an attack by ransomware group DarkSide. Let’s go over two things to understand about this event, and next steps for a company’s cyber security.