Brit has announced that it has made its cyber physical damage product, Brit Cyber Attack Plus (BCAP) more flexible and increased its pay-out limits.
Launched over five years ago, Brit stated that the BCAP combines first and third-party cyber coverage and business interruption as a result of a cyber-attack.
The product also offers extensive risk management training tools and access to global cyber experts, including IT and forensic specialists, lawyers and crisis PR. Many of these components
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