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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed new cyber threats. Now's the time for insurance professionals and insureds to reexamine cybersecurity strategies and coverage.

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Insurance coverage has been denied where computers were used to commit fraud and steal, but where the computer system security itself was not compromised. (Photo: iStock) Insurance coverage has been denied where computers were used to commit fraud and steal, but where the computer system security itself was not compromised. (Photo: iStock)

While a pandemic continues to rage, it is understandable to lose focus on the continued scourge of computer-enabled theft. In fact, cybercriminals are counting on it. Hackers routinely rely upon a state of distraction and the craft of diversion to hack, scam and steal.

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