Life insurance has its month. Cybersecurity too. Maybe cyber insurance?

It's the beginning of October and we begin a new month of “awareness's” here in the U.S. It's a big awareness month too, rivaled only by May and September by some listings. It's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (pink shoelaces and wristbands on NFL players is an easy reminder) and it's National Liver Cancer Awareness Month.

It’s the beginning of October and we begin a new month of “awareness’s” here in the U.S. It’s a big awareness month too, rivaled only by May and September by some listings. It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (pink shoelaces and wristbands on NFL players is an easy reminder) and it’s National Liver Cancer Awareness Month. Serious causes without a doubt. In fact, most of the awareness movements are health related such as Eczema Awareness Month (October), Digestive Tract Paralysis Month (August), Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month (May), STD Awareness Month (April), and Dysautonomia Awareness Month (October), which I had to look up. Now I’m more aware.

A few on the list for this month are not health related, but also of great importance: National Fire Prevention Month, National Bullying Prevention Month, Polish American Heritage Month, and the more shadowy, Cyber Security Awareness Month. Life insurance has an awareness month. It’s in September. However, cyber insurance does not yet and we may be waiting quite some time before it does.

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