New offering is free for Bewica's brokers to use and assesses customers’ susceptibility to the top cyber risks that SMEs face including phishing attacks, password interception and website attacks.
Provider said the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act means landlords now require cover for civil or criminal prosecution.
Offering is available for non-US domiciled firms and offers limits of $25m (£19m).
The proposition is aimed at small and medium sized business.
Aviva's chief distribution officer promises the provider will not exit any business lines as it cuts the number of personal lines products down to 40 from 400.
The provider also works with LV, Axa, Ageas and RSA.
Product offers 24/7 advice, incident investigation and restoration services in the event of a cyber attack.
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InsurTech Futures: Start-up has also raised £15m, with Lloyd's of London chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown and JLT CEO Dominic Burke among the backers.
Offering is targeting renewable energy companies that operate domestically and abroad.
Map ranks the severity of different industries’ exposures to business interruption, privacy, and cybercrime and includes a few examples of how these exposures can play out for various types of organisations.
Axa to underwrite the Fleet UK product from 1 January following Zurich's exit from the scheme.
InsurTech Futures: The firm is looking to partner with commercial and HNW brokers.
Cyber Select offers breach prevention and management to businesses with turnover up to £350m.
The document has been developed to help brokers recommend the right cyber cover for their clients.
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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.