It pays to know your cyber insurance coverage, because sometimes you have to go to court -- here's the case of Medidata vs. Chubb. (Photo: Thinkstock)

Companies that haven’t yet reviewed their cyber risk insurance might want to consider scheduling a look at what they’ve got sooner, rather than later—particularly since one cloud-based services firm had to take its insurer to court to get them to pay up.

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