Today’s criminals don’t want just your jewelry or car anymore —they want your digital property.

According to the FBI, there were nearly 8 million propertycrimes in 2015, with victims of these crimes suffering losses ofover $14 billion. Property losses were dwarfed, however, by nearly$30 billion in estimated losses that cybercrime inflicted on U.S.consumers in the past year, according to Symantec.

Digital risks are outpacing traditional risks, creating newopportunities for the home insurance marketplace.

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