Your insurance agency clients must focus on the growing risk of cyber business interruption. (Photo: iStock)

For many organizations, the past month brought an unwanted welcome to the new world of cyber risk.

The “greeting” came from WannaCry, ransomware that disrupted the U.K.’s health services, halted a French carmaker’s production, interfered with a U.S. logistics company’s network, and shut down corporate offices in Asia, all in a matter of hours.

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