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Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity hit an all-time high in 2015. Simultaneously, awareness of cyber-related risks and the ability to transfer those risks through cyber insurance also increased.

But while many people think of cyber insurance when confronted with a data breach, it may not be quite so top of mind in the context of a merger or acquisition. It should be, though, because cyber policies typically contain provisions that directly affect coverage in light of such transactions. Enterprises should take a close look at their cyber policy provisions early on in the deal-making process so that coverage for the affected enterprises can be secured.

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