Nearly two-thirds of consumers are worried about a cyberattack and almost one-third have already experienced an attack, according to a 2019 survey by Verisk, a data analytics company. Some insurance companies now offer personal cyber insurance to help cover some of these risks.
If you are the victim of a cyberattack, you can file a claim to help pay for expenses (like legal fees or document recovery) and direct financial losses (like fraudulent credit card charges) covered by your policy. The policy will have a coverage limit and a deductible.
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