The risk of social engineering fraud is leading more companies to seek protection against such attacks by expanding their commercial crime coverage, experts said. Business email compromise and other types of cybercrime pose a greater risk amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Beazley's Bill Jennings said social engineering losses and employee theft now account for the same proportion of commercial crime losses.
Experts see rising interest in social engineering coverage
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