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Networking telecommunications refers to companies who focus their business on providing a service that connects all of its customers to one server. This sector includes internet service providers and phone companies. Across Canada, there are hundreds of internet providers; these companies offer regional or national network coverage to thousands of customers and need insurance to ensure that their company can battle against unexpected challenges that may arise.

At the very least, any telecommunications business should have professional liability insurance, as well as business interruption insurance. However, these are the four other types of insurance coverages that network telecommunications companies should have, or at least consider.

Cyber Liability Insurance

As a networking company, you have access to all of your customers’ technological data, making you a target for cyber-attacks. Despite your best efforts to fight off hackers, you can never be completely safe in the digital world. Cyber liability insurance covers expenses associated with technology-based issues, such as hacking, internal damage, viruses or data breaches. The policy funds can cover the cost to replace hard or software, investigations or legal expenses that arise thanks to these cyber complications.

Commercial Property Insurance

As a telecommunications company, you likely work with a number of expensive tools and equipment, which is why you should protect them accordingly. Commercial property insurance protects the property where your office resonates from unexpected damages, including fire and water damage. Commercial property insurance also covers the equipment and tools from those same unexpected risks.

Commercial Property Insurance

As a telecommunications company, you likely work with a number of expensive tools and equipment, which is why you should protect them accordingly. Commercial property insurance protects the property where your office resonates from unexpected damages, including fire and water damage. Commercial property insurance also covers the equipment and tools from those same unexpected risks.

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General Liability Insurance

Your business probably installs hardware for your customers. You need general liability in the event you accidentally damage a customer’s property during installation. It can help you pay for repairs and legal settlement costs. General liability also protects you in the event that a third party injures themselves on your property.
For more information or to discuss your insurance package options, contact isure insurance. Our experienced experts will provide you with the best coverage tailored to your business needs. Contact us today to learn more





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