Most Americans are familiar with recent data breaches at retailers. But our public entities face perhaps an even greater risk—they hold property records, personal data and voting information that are subject to attack. In fact, during the 2016 election, at least 39 state governments were targeted by hackers.
With public entities more vulnerable than ever, what can these institutions do to enhance their cybersecurity? And what role will cyber insurance play moving forward? Read the full article now at Property Casualty 360.