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Policyholders should review their Computer Crime and Fraud Insurance Policies and understand whether they could be interpreted to apply only to traditional hacking crimes involving direct access to a computer system, rather than sophisticated new forms of email “phishing” scams involving a fraudulent scheme to induce the transfer of funds. To the extent the policies may limit coverage to direct hacking, policyholders should consider obtaining additional stand-alone cyber liability insurance to cover these emerging phishing attack risks and other cyber crimes where funds are voluntarily transferred by employees through fraudulent inducement.