The document has been developed to help brokers recommend the right cyber cover for their clients.
Keeley Theron, commercial manager at SJL Insurance, reviews C-Quence's ML5 Management Liability Insurance product
Company said the product is also suitable for SMEs with turnover below £1.5m.
Product launched earlier this year also now includes cover for court attendance costs, service providers’ extensions and operational error.
A GlobalData report suggested that engaging with pet influencers on Instagram and Facebook could benefit insurers and brokers.
GlobalData said growth was dependent on more households owning connected devices.
Product is the first launched by CPP since it joined the insurance broker market.
Proposition from Stubben Edge will enable brokers to offer customers loyalty rewards and has partners including Halfords and Vision Express.
Sector has recently been troubled by hardening capacity and cover shortages.
Provider announced its decision to exit nine lines of business last month.
CLS claims the policy will help open up a new market to brokers.
The provider has added HSB Engineering’s offering to its portfolio.
Chris Howell, managing director at Seaway Insurance Consultants, reviews U-sure's Residential Property Owners product
Business said the new system will make its specialist cyber cover available to regional brokers.
Provider says partnership will benefit Axa XL brokers and clients.
Azur Niche is aimed at clients who might be considered higher risk than normal, while Unoccupied covers properties that are for sale, undergoing renovation or not permanently lived in.
Guide allows brokers to demonstrate how IP policies work in practice.
CPP Group takes on 160,000 policies from Business & Domestic Insurance Services.
The car manufacturer, which first revealed its intention to move into insurance in April, has launched a policy for Tesla owners in California.
Product now includes cover for animal by-product contamination in vegan and vegetarian food and protection against government plant suspension.
InsurTech Futures: Broker says the policy was developed following a survey which showed that millennials would be encouraged to buy travel insurance if it was more accessible.
The facility is designed to be used by customers and brokers.
The provider now works with LV, Axa, Ageas and RSA.
The cyber insurance battlefield is far from clear as the trade body calls on the ICO to make more breach data available publicly.