USAA to offer members personal cyber protection from Blink by Chubb
USAA Insurance Agency and Blink by Chubb announced a relationship to provide personal cyber insurance protection to USAA members, their families and employees. The stand-alone insurance policy covers expenses related to a personal cyber event, including identify theft, fraudulent wire transfer, cyber bullying and ransomware extortion.
Blink by Chubb is a suite of Chubb-backed personal insurance products distributed through the company’s digital brokers and affinity relationships such as USAA Insurance Agency. Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company.
“We’re excited to work with an innovative brand like Blink that can offer our military families an end-to-end digital experience along with the financial strength, deep insurance expertise and world-class service of Chubb. Making Blink’s personal cyber protection available to USAA members provides another option for them to help protect their families’ financial security in our increasingly digital world.” – Gary Baker, Senior Vice President of the USAA Insurance Agency.
All USAA members over the age of 18 in the US are eligible to purchase a Blink personal cyber insurance policy through the USAA member portal. Members can select from cyber coverage options specifically designed for USAA members. Blink Cyber Protection coverage can be extended to up to five additional households to help protect USAA families shared digital world. Available coverage limits range from $10,000 to $50,000.
“This relationship is a result of the tremendous respect and admiration Blink has for USAA and their unwavering commitment to people and families who serve, or served, in the United States Armed Forces. We are very pleased to be able to provide USAA members with protection from the growing risk of cybercrime, as we all continue to increase our digital footprints.” – Laura Bennet, Senior Vice President of eConsumer for Chubb in North America.
The USAA Insurance Agency and Blink are also working together to help USAA members become more cyber-aware by providing educational resources on how to help protect themselves and their families from cyber threats