Cyber Liability Insurance

Protect Yourself Against PHI Breaches

With cyber attacks becoming more prevalent, it is essential to understand the risk and protect your professional assets accordingly. Existing Allied & Mental Health CPH insureds can add Cyber Liability Coverage to their policy as a real-time change online in the customer portal.

What is cyber liability?

Cyber liability is protection against a data breach of your client’s information. CPH & Associates Cyber Liability Policy Highlights Include:

  • Security Event Costs: Reimbursement for costs that are a result of Security Breach, Privacy Breach or breach of privacy regulations
  • Network Security and Privacy Liability Coverage: Coverage for damages you are legally obligated to pay as a result of a security breach or privacy breach
  • Customer Notification Expense Sublimit: Expenses to notify customers of actual or suspected breach to their non-public information
  • Public Relationship Expenses: Expenses to re-establish your reputation or public image that was damaged as a result of a breach

What does it cost to add it to your malpractice insurance policy?

There are two levels of coverage offered:

$87 per policy year provides the following coverage:

  • $15,000 for Security Event Costs and Network Security and Privacy Liability Coverage
  • $15,000 for Customer Notification Expense Sublimit and Public Relationship Expenses

$141 per policy year provides the following coverage:

  • $25,000 for Security Event Costs and Network Security and Privacy Liability Coverage
  • $15,000 for Customer Notification Expense Sublimit and Public Relationship Expenses

We’re proud to be at the forefront of cyber liability and one of the few malpractice insurance companies to offer this coverage to groups and individuals for a competitive price.

Please note: Cyber liability is NOT a stand alone insurance policy offered by CPH & Associates. To take advantage of cyber liability, you will need to have a mental / allied health malpractice insurance policy through CPH & Associates and add cyber liability onto that policy. Additionally, cyber liability is designed to protect digital privacy of your client’s information and DOES NOT cover loss of personal property. For Personal Property coverage, please inquire about CPH TOP which includes General Liability AND Personal Property coverage as an extension to your professional liability.

Cyber liability is NOT available in the following states: Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, New York, New Mexico and Virginia.

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