Many organizations are surprised to learn in the wake of a cyber-incident that their “cyber” insurance does not cover their losses. Very often this is because fraudsters’ method for committing fraud may not have been the type of risk that a particular policy covers. A case involving National Bank of Blacksburg (“NBB”) in Virginia illustrates how fraudsters’ method for committing fraud can create serious coverage issues for insured organizations.
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