Cyber Liability Calculator (Beta)

Use our free and anonymous Cyber Liability Calculator to estimate the financial impact to your business from a cyber incident.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

The calculations in this calculator use a variety of sources, including MNP, Prolink, Statista, Industry statistics and more. When a range has been provided, we set the calculation to the lowest value of the range to be conservative.

Use this calculator to estimate loss. Results should not be taken as actual calculated loss.

Results include ransom demand, ransom payout, downtime cost, remediation cost per industry statistics, potential ransomware cost. It also includes email fraud cost, 1st-Party liability, number of Personally Identifiable Records, 3rd-Party liability, legal costs associated with 3rd-Party Liability and more.

In conducting a cyber insurance review for a client, we identified that their policy limits were less than 10% of the potential costs involved in a breach. The client’s insurance agent had sold them a policy available without knowing how to quantify cyber risk.

So, we created this calculator for businesses estimate the potential financial impact from a cyber incident.

Cyber Liability is the responsibility of the damage from cyber threats or breaches involving computer systems and data. That can include sensitive customer information, such as credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, account numbers and driver’s license numbers.

Cyber liability insurance covers the damage that your business suffers because of a cyber security breach. It is also known as cybersecurity insurance or cyber risk insurance.

Related: The terminology found within insurance applications can be heavily technical. For anyone who has found themselves in this situation, read our Cyber Insurance Terms Debunked blog.

Book a Consultation Call with our team and include what you want to focus on from your Cyber Liability Calculator results. Further, don’t forget to send the results to your email (bottom of the results page) to have handy!