A person holds their hands in front of them, holding a graphic that says "cyber insurance." Tom Bossert, president of Trinity Cyber and former Homeland Security adviser, believes the future might see more of an intersection between property and casualty insurance and cyber insurance. (Credit: Shutterstock.com)

Few other threats have seen the level of incline as cyberattacks. Of course, for businesses and firms, the one saving grace has generally been cyber insurance, providing them with a level of financial security from a usually invisible enemy.

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Isha Marathe

New York-based legal technology reporter, covering new things happening around privacy law, e-discovery and cybersecurity. Meanwhile, attempting to hit every hole-in-the-wall restaurant from Brooklyn to at least South of Houston.