Archived Insight | May 13, 2020

Are You Covered For Social Engineering Fraud?

The COVID-19 crisis has forced many of us to rely even more on digital communication, increasing our risk of falling victim to social engineering fraud (SEF).

Segal Select Insurance's Diane McNally discusses the possible financial fallout from an incident of SEF, and how to evaluate your organization's current insurance coverage against this type of fraud. 

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Listened to the interview? Read more about social engineering fraud insurance coverage and why you need it. 

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