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Every day small, medium and large businesses are victims of cyber crimes committed by hackers. There is a cyber liability exposure for every type of business operation—from “Mom & Pop” stores to multibillion-dollar corporations.

Some of the more widely publicized incidents include First Federal Savings Bank, which had $415,000 hacked out of a savings account, and Kaiser Permanente, a health care consortium, which was fined $200,000 for publicly posting 150 patient names and addresses. And these are just a few of the notable accounts. There are hundreds more instances that go unpublished.

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