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Howden unveils primary cyber & technology E&O facility with Lloyd's

Howden, a global broker, has recently introduced its primary cyber and technology errors & omissions (E&O) facility in collaboration with Lloyd's. This new offering aims to provide comprehensive coverage for businesses operating in the cyber and technology sectors. As technology continues to advance, businesses face an increasing number of cyber risks and potential errors in their technology operations. Howden aims to address these challenges by offering a specialized insurance product that protects businesses from cyber threats and errors in their technology operations. The primary cyber and technology E&O facility offered by Howden is designed to cover a wide range of cyber and technology-related risks. It provides protection against data breaches, cybersecurity incidents, network disruption, and cyber extortion. Additionally, the facility includes coverage for errors in technology products and services. With the rise in cyber attacks and the potential financial impact they can have on businesses, cyber insurance has become an essential component of risk management. Howden's primary cyber and technology E&O facility aims to provide businesses with the necessary coverage to mitigate the financial risks associated with cyber threats and technology errors. Through its collaboration with Lloyd's, Howden is able to leverage the expertise and resources of one of the world's leading insurance marketplaces. Lloyd's has a long history of providing innovative insurance solutions and working with underwriters who specialize in cyber and technology risks. This partnership allows Howden to offer clients access to a wide range of insurance options tailored to their specific needs. In addition to providing coverage for cyber and technology risks, Howden's primary cyber and technology E&O facility is designed to offer comprehensive protection for businesses. It includes coverage for third-party liability claims, including claims related to privacy breaches and intellectual property infringement. By offering a primary facility, Howden aims to fill a gap in the market for businesses seeking comprehensive cyber and technology insurance coverage. Many businesses rely solely on their traditional liability policies, which may not provide adequate protection against the unique risks associated with cyber threats and technology errors. Howden's primary facility offers a solution that is specifically tailored to address these risks and provide businesses with the confidence to operate in the digital realm. The launch of Howden's primary cyber and technology E&O facility comes at a time when businesses are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks and technology errors. The cost of data breaches and cyber incidents can be significant, both in terms of financial losses and damage to a company's reputation. By offering comprehensive coverage for these risks, Howden aims to support businesses in their efforts to protect themselves and their stakeholders from the potential impact of cyber threats. Howden's primary cyber and technology E&O facility is expected to attract businesses operating in a wide range of sectors, including technology companies, financial institutions, healthcare providers, and professional service firms. The facility is suitable for businesses of all sizes, from small startups to multinational corporations. In conclusion, Howden's primary cyber and technology E&O facility offers businesses comprehensive coverage against cyber threats and errors in technology operations. With the increasing risk of cyber attacks and technology errors, having adequate insurance coverage is crucial for businesses operating in the digital age. Howden's collaboration with Lloyd's allows it to provide clients with specialized insurance solutions tailored to their specific needs. By offering this primary facility, Howden aims to support businesses in their efforts to protect themselves and their stakeholders from the potential financial and reputational impacts of cyber threats and technology errors.

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