Insurance Solutions June newsletter

Insurance Solutions June newsletter

Posted on 15th Jun 2016 - Share this blog/article

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Tumblr cyber breach one of the biggest in history, cheapest cars for insurance premiums & more

Welcome to the June edition of the SG Chaseside Insurance Solutions Newsletter!

This month examine the fallout of the Tumblr hack that saw millions of user emails and passwords put up for sale. We also look at the cars that earn new drivers the cheapest insurance, we ask whether cyber insurance should be compulsory for all businesses and we reveal why insurance deals that are offered as incentives by banks, might leave you out on a limb.

Three years after a major security breach at Tumblr: ’65m passwords and emails for sale’

It’s been listed as one of the worst ever cyber breaches, with millions of user’s emails now at the mercy of cyber criminals.
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Top 10 cheapest cars to insure

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You’ve passed the test, now you’ve got to find a way to afford the car and the insurance! We’ve compiled a list of the ten cars that come with the cheapest premiums available.
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Should cybercrime insurance become compulsory for UK firms?

Making it compulsory could mean less cybercrime and better protection for businesses and their clients.
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Revealed: Why insurance deals packaged through bank accounts might leave you on a limb.

Often offered as an incentive for opening a bank account, travel insurance that comes packaged with an account can cause more trouble that it solves.
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