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Fifth of Germans interested in cyber insurance

Thursday 9 November 2017 | 16:46 CET | News
There is significant potential for offering 'cyber insurance' in Germany due to growing consumer concern over the risks of using the internet, a survey by YouGov of over 2,000 people found. One in five internet users said they would consider a policy against online threats.

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