We’ve checked all the boxes. Exceeded all the requirements. And now we’re ready to back it all up with the Armor Cyber Warranty.

Our $100,000 cyber warranty, backed by AIG, helps pay for recovery expenses in the event you’re breached under our watch. This ensures you’re able to recover faster from a data breach and get back to business, which is critical when managing the fallout of a breach.

This warranty demonstrates the confidence we have in our managed cloud security solutions as well our commitment to putting our customers’ needs first in everything we do.

Trust in Armor to have your back – no matter what.

What $100,000 helps cover in the event of a breach

  • Forensic Audits
  • Compliance Penalties
  • Customer Notifications
  • Identity Restoration

The Armor Cyber Warranty won’t cover all costs of a data breach, but it will help you resume operations faster post-breach. This is something that no other security provider is willing to provide and proof of our commitment to you – even if the unthinkable occurs.

PROOF THROUGH POLICY

Be confident that you’re backed by up
to $100,000 if breached.

PAYING IT FORWARD

Mitigate costs associated with breach
notification and recovery.

BACKED BY AIG

Our guarantee is supported by AIG,
rated “A” by A.M. Best Company.

Disclaimer

*This is not an insurance policy. Reimbursement amount, up to and not exceeding $100,000, is based on actual customer-documented breach expenses, including and not limited to forensic audit expenses, compliance penalties, data restoration expenses and post-event services expenses. Must maintain a monthly Armor Complete spend of at least $5,000 to be eligible. Other restrictions apply.

What is a data breach?

A data breach is the unauthorized release of sensitive, secure or private data. While most often associated with successful cyber attacks by threat actors from nation states or criminal organizations, a data breach also comprises any successful exfiltration of data from a secure environment, regardless of the threat actor’s skill level.

These incidents are most damaging when the affected data is personal or proprietary in nature, such as personal health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), payment card information (PCI) or intellectual property. If exposed, these sensitive and regulated data types place organizations and individuals at risk of financial and reputation ruin.

Protecting your data must be a priority – regardless of what industry you’re in.

How Armor can help:
By Armoring your data with our purpose-built cloud security solutions, you can proactively defend against cyber threats.