Public Entities: Data Compromise 360©
Designed to help local governments respond to data breach incidents involving employee or client information that was stolen, electronically hacked, or lost through an accidental or inadvertent release.
Data Compromise 360© is designed to help local governments respond to the financial burden and service obligations a data breach of personal information can cause.
Coverage for data compromise includes:
- Responding to breach, theft or unauthorized disclosure of personal information.
- PCI fines and penalties.
- Providing legal notification in compliance with state requirements.
- Defense and liability for actions brought for breach of personal information.
- IT forensic and public relations costs.
Data Compromise 360© is available as additional policy coverage that’s part of Trident’s public entity package. Coverage is provided on a claims-made basis.
Most public entities are eligible for Data Compromise 360©.
Date of breach may not be prior to first inception of the coverage. No coverage is provided for insured’s criminal acts or reckless disregard for data security.
Gain Access to Valuable Online Resources
Data Compromise 360© includes access to eRiskHub®, an online resource for training, best practices and other risk management tools for cyber exposures. Visit our eRiskHub® portal to register or log in.