After a natural disaster power outages are most likely causing also an outage on the Internet. This is one of the most likely events.
Misconfiguration on servers or similar small human errors are likely to trigger a butterfly effect.
Disruptions of submarine communications cables may cause blackouts or slowdowns to large areas.
Large-scale DDoS cyber attacks can lead to slowdowns or even complete outages.
Governments install kills switches for their countries to turn off the Internet in case of political turbulences.
Routing problems in the core can cause overloads on certain paths impacting other areas.
Even one hour Internet outage at high-peak sales periods can cause significant profit losses to your business.
If you operate in multiple regions also your clients on the other side might not be able to reach you.
The Internet doesn't need to be completely offline to cause less traffic to your store.
In case your business concentrates the sales around few weeks you are exposed to a total loss scenario.
Riskwolf will protect digital businesses from losses due to unexpected Internet outages together with distribution partners and risk carrier(s). In case of an outage event happening, policy buyers are automatically reimbursed with a predefined payout. The trigger is embedded in the policy and activated right at the start of the outage.