Internet of Things insurance
Tailored insurance cover and expert risk solutions for the IoT market across all verticals.
Industrial IoT and logistics
Machine diagnosis, predictive analytics and maintenance, fleet tracking, temperature / speed / flow monitors / robots, sensors and monitors
Smart home and consumer technology
Wearable electronics, smart security systems, smoke alarms, smart thermostats
Smart cities and transport
Smart city, waste management, smart traffic and parking
Healthcare and life sciences
Wearable devices, diagnostic devices, elderly patient monitors and alarms
A range of covers to meet your needs
Professional indemnity insurance
Following the rapid increase in adoption of IoT technology and diverse amount of IoT applications there are a number of areas that are experiencing broad transformation that need bespoke protection.
It is vital that these products and industries run as they should. Digital Risks provides specialist cover for all of the areas listed above and can cover civil liability arising out of your professional and technology services, while also protecting you against a range of other risks faced by businesses at the cutting edge of technology.
Preserving IoT security is one of the greatest challenges faced by businesses in the sector.
Due to the sheer amount of data being shared between devices and the multitude of attack vectors available it is integral to supplement your cyber security regime with a specialist cyber product to protect yourself as much as possible. At Digital Risks, we fully understand the importance of safeguarding personal information / corporate data and ensuring that your systems are up and running. Our specialist cyber policy covers both first party and third party claims ensuring that you can stay protected from whatever gets thrown at you.
If you manufacture or are responsible for a product, then you may be held responsible for the recall of any defective or otherwise malfunctioning products. These costs can quickly add up and hurt a company’s balance sheet that isn’t properly protected. With product recall insurance you can transfer the risk of a product recall off your balance sheet through our insurance policy; letting you focus on growing your business.
If you manufacture or are responsible for a product, then you may be held responsible for the recall of any defective or otherwise malfunctioning products. These costs can quickly add up and hurt a company’s balance sheet that isn’t properly insured. With product recall insurance you can transfer the risk of a product recall off your balance sheet through our insurance policy; letting you focus on growing your business.
Intellectual property (IP) infringement
With the IoT market expected to reach $520 billion by 2021 it is very important to safeguard your yourself against any claims arising from IP infringement. Lawsuits can become very costly and derail businesses that are at an early stage, while stealing the patents that made your technology stand out in the first place. Our specialist cover protects you in a wide range of IP related circumstances; seeking legal advice, enforcement and defence costs, settling damages following legal action and legal costs validity.
Directors and officers
As a founder, it is very important to protect yourself from risk in an increasingly litigious society as you could be held personally liable for the operation of the company. Our directors and officers cover protects you against claims from shareholders and investors in the event of an allegation of wrongdoing. In an ever changing and competitive environment it isn’t worth the risk of going unprotected.
Other covers to consider
Employers liability insurance
Covers your liability to employees for bodily injury or work-related sickness.
Public liability insurance
Covers your liability to members of the public for bodily injury or damage to their property.
Commercial legal protection
Covers compensation awards, professional fees and legal costs associated with a range of legal disputes.
Contents and equipment insurance
Protects your property against theft, loss or damage.
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Internet of Things insurance FAQs
You must have a minimum cover of £5 million for employer’s liability. Failure to have this can mean fines of £2,500 for every day that you’re not properly insured. Various factors influence the level of cover you need, including the size of your business, the type of work you do and the requirements of your clients. You may also find that your regulatory body specifies a certain level of cover, depending on the industry you operate in
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You will receive a summary of your cover with your quote, as well as your policy documents which will be emailed to you within 24 hours of buying your policy.
We know that business can be unpredictable, which is why we offer a monthly subscription, so you can change or cancel your cover at any time. Simply send an email to email@example.com providing at least 30 days’ notice and telling us the date you want the policy to end. Please bear in mind you may need to pay one final month’s premium depending on when your next payment is due.
Business insurance is tax deductible and along with accountancy and legal fees, counts as allowable business expenses. Insurance is VAT exempt but subject to Insurance Premium Tax at a lower rate.
Not a problem – just send us a message or give us a call on 0333 772 0759 and we’ll let you know if we can cover your business activities.
When you buy your policy, we’ll ask you when you want it to start. That can be the same day or at some point in the future. You are then covered from 00:00 on the day you choose.
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To effectively protect your business from cyber-attacks and data breaches, you must first identify the biggest threats and vulnerabilities you face.
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