With the amendment of Bill S-4 requiring mandatory privacy breach reporting to the Privacy Commissioner by all businesses in Canada, one cannot afford to be without proper Cyber coverage. Cansure has designed an affordable and comprehensive Cyber and Data Breach coverage that protects the insured for both first party and third party losses. The product is perfectly tailored to suit Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) businesses.

Cansure’s comprehensive CYBERSURE PLUS product is designed to be written as an extension to an existing Cansure policy or as a stand-alone policy.

Coverage Features

  • Breach of Personal Data (First Party)
  • Business Interruption (First Party)
  • Hacker Damage (First Party)
  • Cyber Extortion (First Party)
  • PCI Fines and Penalties (First Party)
  • Privacy Infringement Liability (Third Party)
  • Media Liability (Third Party)
  • Network Security Liability
  • Cyber Crime with Electronic Social Engineering
  • Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation Endorsement
  • Directors and Officers Liability (No Cyber exclusion)

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Sydney Knowles
Sydney Knowles (604) 694-7679

Underwriting Manager, Specialty Lines Practice Leader

Sydney Knowles is an Underwriting Manager and Professional Services Practice Leader at Cansure. She began her insurance career at a small brokerage before moving to underwriting with Cansure in 2011. Sydney’s career began with a balance of knowledge in commercial property, general liability and professional liability. Over the last few years, she has focused on underwriting professional services and the multiple lines of coverage offered under this practice, including Errors and Omissions Liability, Medical Malpractice Liability, Directors and Officers Liability, Technology Errors and Omissions, and Media Liability. Sydney works closely with brokers to provide a packaged solution for risks. She is a Chartered Insurance Professional and looks forward to working with you to provide solutions for risks with a professional liability exposure.