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While cyber-attacks are becoming more of a certainty than a possibility, there are still numerous companies and organizations that are not purchasing cyber insurance. In addition, many are not taking proactive measures to protect data such as updating software programs and installing security updates in a timely manner.

Any person or organization with a computer is subject to a cyber-attack. Unfortunately, most attackers do not seem to have a conscience when it comes to an attack target. An attack can result in devastating financial loss to even the largest of companies; however, to a charitable organization it can mean the difference between being able to continue providing services and shutting their doors.

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