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About

Tarian Underwriting Limited (‘Tarian’), is a newly established cyber, technology professional indemnity and errors and omissions focused Lloyd’s business. In addition to being an approved Lloyd's coverholder and appointed representative of Neon Underwriting Limited (‘Neon’), Tarian provides underwriting services to Neon in respect of the Tarian Consortium.

We are concentrated on providing market-leading solutions to an ever-changing cyber risk environment. We focus on listening to our customers’ needs, and tailoring innovative solutions to meet and exceed expectations. We offer one of the most experienced underwriting teams in the London market and provide underwriting solutions to businesses of all sizes and industry sectors. Our claims response is in place to provide seamless support for our Insured partners in their time of need.

We can be found at box 383 in Lloyd’s.

Who we are

Geoff Pryor-White

Tel: +44 20 3786 1441

Geoff joined Neon in December 2016 and is Class Underwriter and CEO of Tarian. Geoff has previously chaired the London Market Association cyber working group and speaks frequently at market events and in the media. He joins from Barbican Syndicate, where he was the Business Group Leader for cyber, technology and media.

Geoff began his career at AIG in 1996, moving in 1999 to St Paul Insurance Company. He ran the Global Accounts US southern region based out of Atlanta from 2002-2004. Geoff took charge of the St Paul / Travelers Insurance Company Techsure offering in 2005, managing a book of property, liability, technology professional indemnity and cyber business. In 2009 he moved to Zurich to set up the UKGI technology professional indemnity and cyber offering.

Matthew Waller
Underwriting Manager

Tel: +44 20 3786 1442

Matthew also joined Neon in December 2016 as Underwriting Manager for Tarian. Previously, he was Underwriting Manager for cyber, technology and media for Barbican Syndicate. Prior to that he was a Senior Underwriter in ACE's New York, Professional Risk Group, managing a portfolio of E&O products including Miscellaneous Professional, Technology E&O, and Privacy Liability. Matthew has partnered with brokers and clients in establishing appropriate program coverage and structure.

David Spratt
Underwriting Assistant

Tel: +44 20 3786 1438

David was formerly an Exposure Management Analyst at Talbot Underwriting Limited. Whilst at Talbot he acquired much of his interest and knowledge in cyber risk working in partnership with The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and RMS on various cyber projects. David has previously worked in politics and also spent time working with the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Products

Technology Errors and Omissions

Protecting Insureds for costs to defend and resolve liability claims alleging failure to provide technology services or products including allegations of breach of contract.

Privacy and Security Liability

Coverage for loss arising from the failure to protect personal or confidential information including violations of privacy or consumer protection laws.

Crisis Management Costs

Coverage for the costs to respond to a data breach including forensic investigation costs, legal advice, notification costs, credit monitoring, and public relations support.

Cyber Extortion

Coverage for the monies and response costs associated with an extortion demand perpetrated against an Insureds computer network including ransomware attacks.

Cyber Business Interruption

Protection for the loss of income resulting from a data breach including denial of service attacks.

Data restoration

Covering costs for data restoration and recreation following a breach event.

Multimedia

Protection for infringement of copyright or trademark, or libel, slander, or defamation from content released by an Insured.

Regulatory fines and proceedings

Coverage for costs to investigate as well as fines brought by a government regulatory body following a breach event.

PCI DSS Fines

Assessment costs and fines for failing to comply with the Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standards.

Limits

Coverage limits are up to $15m in the aggregate.

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