A group of arrows point upward with a yellow coin with a dollar sign in the middle against a red background. When it comes to who is most at risk of cyberattack, Gallagher's research revealed evidence hackers have begun to favor victims that can act as a gateway to additional targets. (Credit: 200dgr/Shutterstock.com)

New attack strategies from hackers, escalating ransomware attacks and growing geopolitical tensions are just a few of the factors that have driven cyber insurance premiums upward through Q1 2022, says a recent report from Gallagher.

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Brittney Meredith-Miller

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