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State regulators say they disrupted 220 COVID-19 scams. (Photo: Andy Dean Photography/Shutterstock)

The insurance world is already aware of the uptick in cybersecurity risks linked to this year’s expansion of remote work and schooling, but hackers may not be the only opportunistic criminals that finance professionals need to be vigilant against.

The North American Securities Administrators Association’s COVID-19 Enforcement Task Force recently said that it has detected 244 pandemic-related schemes and taken action to disrupt 220 of them.

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