Technology Insurance

Providing you with a single insurance solution that offers comprehensive, cost effective defense against complex risks.

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Protect your business from the risks that changing technology presents with an insurance solutions that keeps pace.

Technology is changing at a rapid rate, the risks faced by today’s technology and media businesses are continually evolving.

Whether your business is an IT consultancy, media agency, software developer, web and app developer or a cyber security firm – it’s important your technology insurance reflects the range of complex risks your business faces.

At Ashley Page we have more than 40 years’ experience of working with businesses from across the technology and media sector. We understand that every business faces a unique set of risks that can change as quickly as technology itself. We’ll work with you to identify the risks you face and help you understand the cover you need to provide you a simple, comprehensive solution, no matter how complex your needs are. 

Standard Covers

  • Professional indemnity.

  • Property damage.

  • Business interruption

  • Employers liability.

  • Public liability.

Optional Covers

Insurance for Technology Businesses from Ashley Page

Technology and Media insurance is a core specialty for Ashley Page. Our experience and expertise has been gained over many years of working with leading technology and media businesses. We are proud of our award winning cyber insurance solution and the industry recognition we have received for our innovation in this field.

Our in depth knowledge in this sector, coupled with strong insurer relationships, means that we can deliver one seamless package and provide you with the cover you need in a single policy. This helps to eliminate gaps and overlaps and offers a simple solution to address a complex set of risks. 

Your solution also includes a range of enhanced features and policy extensions such as:

  • Exhibition risks.
  • Work away from the office.
  • Breach of contract or confidence.
  • Intellectual property infringement.
  • Defamation.
  • Work carried out for overseas clients including worldwide jurisdiction and courts.


Ongoing Support: Help from Placement to Claims

Our work is not done once we place your insurance.  We will always be on hand to offer advice and support when you need it.

We will:

  • Provide a dedicated account manager, your first point of call for help with risk management and insurance.
  • Carry out regular reviews to make sure your insurance arrangements keep up with the changing needs of your business.
  • Help to minimise the impact of a loss - supporting your efforts to put in place disaster recovery plans, providing insurer toolkits and putting you in touch with specialist help.
  • Offering dedicated claims support - we’ll always be in your corner, offering responsive advice and support when you need it most.


Get a quote 020 8349 5100

Our Technology and Media Sector Experience

We have more than 40 years’ experience of working with technology and media firms, helping to find them a solution that is right for their business. We have the knowledge and expertise to delivering cost effective, award winning tailored insurance and our expertise spans IT consultants insurance, media agency insurance, software developers insurance, web and app developers insurance and cyber security firm insurance.

Find out how we could help protect your business today.

Related FAQs

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Why do I need my Employer Reference Number (ERN) when I take out an insurance policy?

If you require employers liability and your business is not exempt from holding a HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Employer Reference Number (ERN), you’ll need to provide us with your ERN. Insurers need to give employers liability insurance policy details including, where appropriate, your ERN, to the Employers' Liability Tracing Office (ELTO) who will add the details to their electronic database. The database helps people who have suffered injury or disease at work in the UK to quickly and easily find the insurance company which was providing employers liability insurance at the time their injury or disease was sustained.

What is an engineering policy and do I require one?

There is a statutory requirement to perform periodic inspections on certain types of plant or equipment. An engineering policy will provide access to and cover the cost of professional inspection services, and can be extended to provide sudden and unforeseen damage cover including breakdown. If you own or operate equipment that requires regular inspection, you may need engineering cover. Examples of plant or equipment requiring regular inspection include: lifts, forklifts, power presses, exhaust ventilation plant, stored air or steam pressure, plant fitted with hydraulics, chains, wires or ropes.

Do I need professional indemnity insurance?

The businesses that usually decide they need professional indemnity insurance (sometimes called PI insurance) will generally be those that give advice, offer a professional service, or handle client data/intellectual property. Professional Indemnity provides cover for errors and omissions made during the course of your business and can be applicable to a wide variety of businesses, from architects, designers and engineers to accountants, solicitors and consultants. In some cases professional bodies or regulators stipulate that their members or the businesses they regulate hold PI insurance. Meanwhile, some businesses may decide to take out cover as a result of a contract requirement, to protect them financially or to help them secure contracts.

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