Privacy and Information Security
Privacy & Information Security Coverage is available to members of the Property and/or School Liability programs at no additional cost and cannot be purchased as a standalone coverage.
The Fund partners with Beazley, one of the world’s premiere providers of information security and data breach response services.
The Fund's Privacy & Information Security coverage provides protection for costs that members might incur in the event of a data or privacy breach and the tools needed to help resolve related issues.
Coverage is tailored to the needs of most of our members, and includes:
- $100,000 in defense and settlement costs for any third party privacy claims
- Notification costs for up to 10,000 individuals affected by a breach
- $100,000 for other breach response costs
Privacy & Information Security cannot be purchased as a standalone coverage.
Report a claim
To report a Privacy & Information Security claim or for questions about the coverage, please e-mail InBoxPCClaims@tasb.org or call Marcy Barker, claims manager, at 855.295.8344.
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