Cyber Insurance 3.0: Risks, Rewards and Future Outlook
Jun 6, 2013
Cyber insurance, the fastest-growing specialty line in the commercial market, is rapidly becoming vital to the financial health of organizations. Although it has been available since the late 1990s, cyber insurance is now gaining momentum among small and mid-sized organizations. In the past, it was primarily purchased by large and high-tech companies. It is no coincidence that the popularity of cyber insurance is escalating along with the number of data breach incidents. Whether caused by a hacker or human error, the frequency and severity of breaches are increasing.
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