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Recent Cases on E-Mail "Spoofing" Coverage Highlight the Impact of Specific Crime Policy Wordings

August 16, 2017, Covington Alert

Two recent federal district court decisions involving computer “spoofing” scams highlight the uncertainty about whether such incidents may be covered under standard “computer fraud” provisions in widely used crime insurance forms. The conflicting results in these cases provide a stark reminder to policyholders that seemingly minor differences in policy wordings can have a major impact on the scope of coverage – and severe financial consequences.

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