In a recent article in Construction Executive, Justin Snell and Scott Hazy discuss the rise of cyber-phishing and the hundreds of thousands of dollars it’s costing companies. They explain the process of how hackers access people’s information: fraudsters use a fake email domain or aliased email address made to look like the company’s email domain. Snell and Hazy provide insight on what to do if a company is cyber-phished. They address how the company should review its insurance policies and contact its carrier to determine if the appropriate coverages exist. Finally, the authors offer four tips on how to prevent being cyber-fished.