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A severe global ransomware attack could cost as much as $193bn and affect more than 600,000 businesses worldwide, yet only 14 percent of this cost is insured, research has revealed.
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Cyber attacks, cyber insurance, Lloyd's, TransRe, Aon, Dr Trevor Maynard, Elizabeth Geary, Asia, Europe