It’s understandable if the average insurance professional feels like he or she can’t do much about cyber risk. The statistics make the issue seem insurmountable.

Almost 70% of U.S. CEOs worry that hacking will hurt their companies’ growth, and the FBI notified 3,000 of cyber intrusions in 2013, according to PwC’s 2014 U.S. State of Cybercrime Study. But those numbers pre-date two of the largest and most costly attacks in history at Anthem and Sony.

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