Personal Cyber Insurance

Protect your home from cyber threats with personal cyber insurance.
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When you‘re the victim of a cybercrime, your life is put on hold. Adding personal cyber insurance to your home insurance policy gives you access to tools and services that protect you from the financial impact of a cyberattack.

What does personal cyber insurance cover?

Personal cyber insurance provides coverage for multiple cyber related threats, including:

  • Data breaches. Notification, forensic IT and legal reviews, and recovery services if you are named in a data breach.
  • Online fraud. Recovery from losses due to phishing schemes, illegal bank and credit card transfers, forgery and more.
  • Cyber extortion. Professional assistance responding to ransomware attacks and coverage for ransom payments.
  • Home systems attacks. Restoration of smart home technology and devices connected to the internet (such as phones, thermostats, smart appliances, security systems and more.)
  • Computer attacks. Removes malware and reprograms devices (including desktops, laptops, tablets and Wi-Fi routers) after a computer attack.

Grange Insurance also offers identity theft coverage to help prevent and recover from identity fraud. Check out our identity theft insurance page to learn more.

What does personal cyber insurance cost?

Grange Insurance allows customers to add personal cyber coverage to their home insurance policy for as little as $33 per year.

Protect what matters most with cyber coverage

Keep your home safe and secure by protecting it from costly cyberattacks. Discuss the benefits of home cyber insurance with your independent insurance agent and consider adding this coverage to your homeowners’ insurance policy.

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*Available coverages and discounts may vary by state. Please contact your Grange Independent Agent to discuss coverage details, discounts and eligibility requirements. For specific coverage details, always refer to your policy. If the policy coverage descriptions herein conflict with the language in the policy, the language in the policy applies.