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October 21, 2021
As commercial real estate owners continue to invest in new technology to make their buildings smarter, new cybersecurity risks have emerged, making cyber liability insurance an important risk management tool. However, with cyber insurers increasing rates and premiums across the board, it is critical to implement proactive safeguards and controls to protect your system’s security and ensure the best pricing available.
Learn more about how you can protect your buildings and balance sheets from cyberattacks from Parker, Smith & Feek Account Executive opens in a new windowPatrick Goodman in the opens in a new windowPortland Business Journal.
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