Data breach insurers eye smaller firms

Monday, 18 September 2006, 12:06 AM EST

Insurance firm American International Group Inc. last week announced a new insurance policy designed to protect small and midsize businesses against the costs associated with a data breach.

The company's corporate identity protection policy is being targeted at businesses with revenue of up to $100 million or those holding information about the identities of as many as 1 million people.

At Computerworld.

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