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Cyber Insurance

Need a Cyber Insurance quote? Let Jensten Insurance Brokers compare our markets to find you the quality Cyber Insurance protection your organisation needs.

How can Cyber Insurance help safeguard your business?

Cyber insurance covers breach response services, notification costs and insurable losses. Some policies now provide pre-breach services, such as monitoring, testing, training etc, these are useful tools to help prevent an incident. It can cover the cost of getting your systems back online, as well as compensation claims you may face. While we’ll tailor your Cyber Insurance policy to your needs, common protections include:

  • Data loss.
  • Extortion claims.
  • Network damage.
  • Business interruption.
  • Legal fees.

As businesses operate in an increasingly connected world, the routes through which threat actors can attack will continue to grow, and the risks continue to rise.

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What does Cyber Insurance cover?

Cyber Insurance through Jensten Insurance Brokers can give you a package of protection that’s tailored to your organisation’s needs. On a single policy* we can offer you cover against:

Business interruption insurance

Should disaster strike – a fire, a flood, or an explosion – and you can’t trade, business interruption insurance will provide an income until you can get to your previous trading level.

Cyber Extortion

Or ransomware attack as it’s also known, is when hackers gain access to systems and deny the owners access until they pay a ransom. Cyber extortion insurance can help with the costs of ransom payments and securing your system.

Digital Asset Restoration

Hackers don’t care about damaging your systems, and this potentially business-critical policy feature will pay for repairs to any of your digital properties.

IT Consultancy Fees

If you need to engage an online security expert to get your systems back up and running, then your policy can cover consultancy fees.

Legal Action

Should the loss of your data result in a customer or member of the public taking action under the Data Protection Act, you could be looking at a costly legal battle. Legal action insurance will help with the costs should this happen.

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Who Needs Cyber Insurance?

Most organisations can benefit from having Cyber Insurance in place, as the number of attacks is on the rise. According to, 32% of all businesses and 24% of charities were attacked in 2022, with 59% of medium and 69% of large businesses being targeted. Cyber Insurance can reduce the fallout from successful attacks and can protect:

  • Communications, media and technology companies.
  • Professional services firms.
  • Healthcare.
  • Financial institutions.
  • Shops and wholesalers.
  • Hospitality businesses.
  • Manufacturing companies.
  • Charities.

How much does Cyber Insurance cost?

As we’ll tailor your Cyber Insurance quote to your needs, that’s not an easy question to answer.  What we can say is that it will depend on things such as:

  • Whether you have any employees.
  • The nature of your business.
  • Your business’s turnover.
  • The nature and size of your clients.
  • Your claims history.
  • Whether you have any specific cyber security measures in place.

If you’d like some independent Cyber Insurance advice, please call us on 0190 344 4951, request a callback, or start your Cyber Insurance quote today.

For some tailored insurance help, please contact the Jensten Motor Trade team today or call them on 0208 298 2100.

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Cyber Insurance

This is one of the more complex areas of cover, so to help you get the protection you need, here are our Cyber Insurance frequently asked questions. We hope they will be of use, but if you’d like some personalised independent advice, please call us on 0190 344 4951, and one of our specialists will be happy to help.

No, but given the size of the threat and the damage a successful attack can do, it’s well worth taking out.

At Jensten Insurance Brokers, we’re committed to finding our clients a great deal on quality cover. Having provided many Cyber Insurance quotes, we’ve learned a thing or two about how to save money on a Cyber Insurance policy, including:

  • Loss mitigation – proactive cyber security measures can significantly reduce your chances of having to make a claim. The UK Cyber Security Council have identified user error as the number one reason for a successful attack. Weak passwords, software updates left uninstalled, and users opening contaminated emails were at the root of 56% of all successful attacks in 2022.
  • Get some independent advice – this is especially for larger organisations that have employees. When seeking a Cyber Insurance quote, get some advice from a specialist broker who understands the risks and who can provide you with the protection you need.
  • Shop around – or better still, get an independent broker such as Jensten Insurance Brokers to do the shopping around for you. With our specialist knowledge and insurer contacts, we can help you get the right cover at the right price. To get a Cyber Insurance quote, call us on 0190 344 4951, request a callback, or start your Cyber Insurance quote today.

Getting a quote is easy.  You can call us on 0190 344 4951, request a callback, or start your Cyber Insurance quote today.

While cybercriminals prefer to attack larger organisations, smaller ones aren’t immune, and the self-employed are also at risk.

If your business is online, it’s likely to face several threats, from being locked out of your site to having your social media channels hacked.  E-commerce businesses are particularly attractive as they can offer access to customers’ private data and even financial information.

Typically, you won’t be able to make a claim if:

  • The attack came from within your organisation.
  • It occurred owing to wilful negligence.
  • Basic security wasn’t in place.