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As if companies did not have enough to worry about in this pandemic, now they can add to their concerns increased costs for heightened internet security, one way or the other; either through implementing better security measures to protect against data breaches, or possibly paying a higher premium for cyber security insurance policies.

Cyber insurers, leery of security risks created by remote working and other effects of the coronavirus pandemic, are stepping up scrutiny of policyholders’ security arrangements. These efforts could result in costlier policies, or even coverage denials for companies.

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