You should have told us: Company says email was hacked, sues its insurance broker for not advising it to get computer fraud insurance

Noddy A. Fernandez reports:

A gift distribution company is suing a global insurance broker, citing alleged broker malpractice.

Hampton-Haddon Marketing Corp. (HHMC) filed a complaint on Jan. 28 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Willis of Tennessee Inc. and Willis Towers Watson PLC, alleging the defendants breached their duty to advise plaintiff of reasonable business risks and the availability of insurance to cover such risks, and specifically of cyber crime risks such as the BEC scam.

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