Cyber Liability Program

Cyber Liability Program

The cyber liability program provides coverage for both first- and third-party claims. First-party coverage includes privacy regulatory claims, security breach response, business income loss, dependent business income loss, digital asset restoration costs, and cyber-extortion threats, while third-party coverage includes privacy liability, network security liability, and multimedia liability. Members work directly with the reinsurer to investigate and respond to claims.


Reporting claims

Prompt notice of claims or circumstances that might lead to a claim is critical to mitigating any loss. Members need to provide oral notice immediately. It is important for all agency representatives to never express opinions regarding cause, fault or liability.

When reporting a claim, members will need to include specific details of the act, possible resulting damages, facts by which the member first became aware of the act, and any computer system security and event logs providing evidence.

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Reporting Claims

If a member becomes aware of any act, error or omission that might reasonably give rise to a claim, the member must report the claim immediately by calling:

(855) 440-3400

The claim must also be reported online:

Report a Claim

Other written correspondence should be sent to:

California JPIA
Attention: Jim Thyden
8081 Moody Street
La Palma, CA 90623
Phone: (562) 467-8784
Email Jim Thyden