Cyber Armada was purpose-built at the intersection of technology and insurance to help companies manage cyber risk. This Customer Profile and Application Questions document is the first step in this continuous process. Using the information you provide based on the following questions, Cyber Armada will design a cyber insurance policy tailored to your particular needs. As your independent and dedicated cyber insurance broker, our team of knowledgeable insurance professionals are here to help you whenever the need arises.

Please provide us with the following information. All information is considered confidential and will only be used for determining the best cyber insurance policy for your organization.

Customer Profile & Application Questions

Disk Encryption

Disk encryption is a technology which protects information by converting it into unreadable code that cannot be deciphered easily by unauthorized people. Disk encryption uses disk encryption software or hardware to encrypt every bit of data that goes on a disk or disk volume. It is used to prevent unauthorized access to data storage.

Expressions full disk encryption (FDE) or whole disk encryption signify that everything on disk is encrypted, but the master boot record (MBR), or similar area of a bootable disk, with code that starts the operating system loading sequence, is not encrypted.

Data at rest is inactive data stored physically in any digital format in persistent storage (disk or tape), e.g. databases, files, backup tapes, offsite backup copies, mobile devices etc. It is estimated that more than 90% of stored data is in dormant state (i.e. at rest).

Payment Card Information

Payment Card Information (PCI) is information related to credit, debit, or other payment cards including cardholder names and account numbers. All payment card information is regulated by the Payment Card Information Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), an information standard for organizations that provides standards on credit cards and is meant to reduce fraud.

Personally Identifiable Information

Personally identifiable information (PII) is information that, when used alone or with other relevant data, can identify an individual. PII may contain direct identifiers (e.g., passport information) that can identify a person uniquely, or quasi-identifiers (e.g., race) that can be combined with other quasi-identifiers (e.g., date of birth) to successfully recognize an individual.

Protected Health Information

Protected health information (PHI) under the US law is any information about health status, provision of health care, or payment for health care that is created or collected by a Covered Entity (or a Business Associate of a Covered Entity) and can be linked to a specific individual. This is interpreted rather broadly and includes any part of a patient's medical record or payment history

No insurance can be bound, altered or changed without speaking with a representative licensed in your state about your insurance coverage.