First Canadian Cyber-Coverage Decision Joins Series of U.S. Judgments on Social Engineering Frauds
2017 has seen something of a wave of decisions addressing coverage for social engineering frauds under crime policies. In July, a court in Alberta issued Canada’s first such decision in which the court – like most of its U.S. counterparts to opine on the matter so far this year – found that a social engineering fraud was not covered by a crime policy.
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