At-Bay, the technology-based insurance company, launched its excess Technology Errors & Omissions (Tech E&O) policy form, which expands its underwriting capabilities beyond primary Tech E&O insurance placements. Through this new product, At-Bay is able to offer its security and risk management services to insureds regardless of position on the excess tower.
“Brokers have been waiting for technology excess. We’re happy to provide coverage to more customers and introduce our security services to them,” says Brett Sadoff, Head of Insurance at At-Bay. “By actively scanning and monitoring for security vulnerabilities throughout the policy period, we mitigate risk not only for the insured but the entire excess tower.”
At-Bay’s Security Services Team provides ongoing scans of insureds’ technology stacks throughout the policy period to detect and avoid threats from attackers. If a vulnerability is detected, the team communicates with the insured to notify them of the issue and provide recommendations on how to stay safe.
In addition to their active risk monitoring, At-Bay’s Security Services Team is involved throughout the underwriting process, using their scan to influence the risk model to offer better prices and coverage and provide deep security insights to potential clients with every quote.
At-Bay’s Tech E&O product is available up to $10 million in limits, for companies with up to $5B in revenue, available in all 50 states. For more information on At-Bay’s coverage or broker platform, visit https://www.at-bay.com/bp/user/register, or contact the underwriting team at email@example.com.
At-Bay is the cyber insurance company for the digital age. We build active risk management products and services that keep clients safe and enable brokers to provide more insightful coverage analysis and eliminate the need for manual processing. As a Managing General Underwriter (MGU), At-Bay underwrites insurance policies through HSB Specialty Insurance Company, rated A++ by A.M. Best Company and part of Munich Re. At-Bay is backed by Acrew Capital, Khosla Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Munich Re Ventures, and Shlomo Kramer. For more information about At-Bay, visit: www.at-bay.com