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As more and more high-profile cyber attacks are identified, businesses are increasing their investment in cyber insurance to help mitigate their risk exposure in the event their data is hacked. According to U.S.-based insurance broker Marsh in its latest report, Benchmarking Trends: Cyber Attacks Drive Insurance Purchases for New and Existing Buyers, client spending on standalone cyber insurance increased 32 percent for the first half of 2015. Pricing for cyber insurance also increased — especially for industries that have experienced significant cyber losses.

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