Trava Insurance: 
Designed for the Digital World

Solutions: Insurance agencies
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Insurance Agencies

The renewal cycle for your clients should be easy. They know they want coverage and you want to offer it to them. But carriers get in the way of this dream, making demands on your clients near their renewal before they will provide an updated policy.

Assess, understand, and improve your customer’s security posture with the trusted team at Trava. Avoid inefficient (and frustrating) last minute vulnerability patching and security installations, and time-consuming back and forth communication with your customers. Take back control of the broker/client relationship with Trava’s ongoing assessment tools, secure risk management portal, and support from security experts. The result? You, and your clients, get clear, actionable steps to renewal, more affordable cyber insurance rates, and the confidence of industry expertise in your corner.

Secure, then Insure – The Trava Difference

Assess Risk Security

Trava assesses external risks for vulnerabilities

Remediation Guidance

Trava provides actionable insights to fix prior to going out for renewal

Select Coverage

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Continuous
Monitoring

Ongoing client vulnerability updates for easy and transparent renewals

Insure for the Unknown

stolen funds
  • Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity
Lost Business Income
  • Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity
Breach response
  • Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity
Ransom Payments
  • Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity
Computer replacement
  • Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity

Some of the best and the brightest use Trava:

Base Form

Security breach expense
  • Coverage Explanation: Coverage for response and remediation costs associated with a breach; This includes legal fees, customer notification, IT/digital forensics, and crisis media relations, among others
Extortion Threat
  • Coverage Explanation: Coverage for the costs to respond to a cyber extortion (ransomware) event, including forensics experts to investigate the attack, experienced negotiators, and sometimes ransom payments in virtual currencies
Replacement or Restoration of Electronic Data
  • Coverage Explanation: Coverage for costs to rebuild electronic data and other digital assets after a cyber-event, like recovering offsite backups.
Business Income and Extra Expense
  • Coverage Explanation: Coverage for financial losses due to a cyber event that causes degradation to your computer system
Public Relations Expense
  • Coverage Explanation: Defense and Indemnity for claims of libel, slander, copyright infringement, trademark infringement, invasion of privacy, etc.
Security Breach Liability (including PCI fines and penalties):
  • Regulatory Defense & Fines: Defense and indemnity coverage for claims brought by federal, state, local or foreign governing body related to privacy regulations, data breaches, cyber events, and fines and penalties where insurable by law.
  • PCI Fines & Assessments: Coverage for assessments, fines or penalties imposed by banks or credit card companies due to non-compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)

Endorsements

Computer and Funds Transfer Fraud
  • Coverage Explanation: Provides coverage for loss incurred by the Insured resulting directly from a fraudulent entry or electronic data or computer program info, provided the fraudulent entry or change causes money, securities, or other property to be transferred, paid, or delivered or an account of the Insured’s at a financial institution to be debited or deleted.
Hardware Replacement
  • Coverage Explanation: Provides coverage to replace hardware that is permanently damaged after a Cyber incident, rendering it unusable (i.e. “the blue screen of death”).
Post-Breach Remediation
  • Coverage Explanation: Pays expenses related to improving the Insured’s computer systems after a data breach to avoid further events or to mitigate damages from further events.
Ransom Payments
  • Coverage Explanation: Ransomware payments pays when malicious software is used to hold the users data or computer access hostage until a ransom is paid.
Social Engineering
  • Coverage Explanation: Pays for losses resulting directly from the intentional misleading of an Insured to transfer money to an outside entity
Telecommunications Fraud
  • Coverage Explanation: Coverage to reimburse the Insured for invoices incurred after a fraudulent and unauthorized use of the Insured’s telecommunications systems (i.e. pays for the phone company bill).