First for Women introduces insurance cover for cybercrimes and cyberbullying
Insurance company First for Women has launched cyber insurance cover to protect clients against increasing in internet-based risks.
Cybercrimes and cyberbullying have become a threat to clients' personal information, money and physical safety.
The women-centric insurer is the first to introduce the cyberbullying insurance product in South Africa.
Spokesperson Casey Rousseau explains that the cover safeguards clients against the financial and legal burden of cyberbullying.
Our cyber insurance product is designed to protect our customer, their loved ones and children from internet-based risk.Casey Rousseau, Spokesperson - First for Women
Our predominant focus is on cyberbullying.Casey Rousseau, Spokesperson - First for Women
The cover includes:
- The removal and suppression of harmful content arising out of cyber bullying
- Cyber liability for the loss or damage from an attack or virus on a computer system
- Cover for recovery of data that was lost or damaged due to cyber-attacks
- Cover for any monetary loss suffered due to cyber theft
The cyberbulling cover includes unlimited telephonic legal advice, unlimited mediation, litigation to the value of R50 000.
The insurance product is a stand-alone offering and costs R99 per month. It covers the client, her partner and up to four children.
Visit the First for Women website for more on this insurance product.
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