Ohio Court: Non-physical Software Damage in Ransomware Attack Not Covered Under Insurance

Published On: January 11, 2023Categories: Industry News
The Ohio Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling tied to a ransomware attack against EMOI Services, a company which sells record keeping and medical billing software. The court ruled that a ransomware attack against a business should not be covered by insurance because the attack did not physically or directly cause harm to the tangible components of the software programs encrypted in the incident. Read the full article from SC Media.


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