Welcome AIA Members!
Cyber insurance is a valuable risk management solution that
addresses the emerging coverage gaps found in traditional
professional liability policies due to the increasing reliance on
technology and use of data in design firms.
Assess Your Risk
From criminals tricking you into paying false invoices, to liability arising from lost data, to income loss during business interruption following a cyberattack—your firm is at risk.
Questions to consider:
- What information do you collect?
- How do you store the information?
- Who has access to the information?
- How do you protect your data?
- What steps are you taking to secure your computers, network, email and other tools?
Check out our Common Cyber Insurance Objections to see our responses to questions from firms that are unsure if they need a cyber policy.
Take it seriously. Your firm is at risk.
Victor provides several solutions to meet the needs of architects and engineers. As you look at your business more broadly, we have two cyber solutions to address the risks you face in your business operations.
Victor Cyber is your answer. Developed with your needs in mind, Victor offers a sophisticated cyber insurance policy that is customizable for small and mid-size companies, yet scalable to meet the
needs of larger organizations.
As an integral part of our Victor Cyber policy, our mobile app, Victor Response, provides policyholders with exclusive access to a range of proactive cybersecurity tools and services.
NetProtect- third party only
Network Protection for design professionals is an endorsement to Victor's professional liability policy. The endorsement provides protection against third-party cyber related liabilities and is useful for any design professional that uses computers to manage and store information.
Get a Free Quote
Step 1: Contact your insurance agent/broker or find one here
Step 2: Your insurance agent/broker will contact you with a quote.
Cyber Claims Examples and Scenarios
- Under Threat, PE Magazine
- On September 29th, the US National Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST) has published a 35-page draft cybersecurity
self-assessment tool called The Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence
Builder. It provides an assessment of an organization's security maturity