EXPERTS are warning photographers not to be too lax in protecting their work from cyber-related dangers.   Research conducted by the Guild's recommended insurer InFocus revealed only 22% of us are concerned about 'e-risks' and cyber crime.   E-risks can include viruses and spamming programmes damaging websites, hacker attacks, confidential data loss and online identity fraud. Photographers are being urged to check their policy to see if it covers claims for computer damage, misleading pricing issues, slander and sexual harassment on email and legal costs in copyright cases.   Experts say photographers are particularly vulnerable to e-risks despite high profile online copyright cases like recently with The Daily Mail being accused of lifting Flickr images without the photographer’s knowledge or authorisation.   Peter Stevenson, director of In Focus Insurance, said: “E-risks are an increasing concern but often when it is too late and the damage has been done. Data in some professions can easily be retrieved but the photographs from wedding days and other special moments are different! Worryingly, when taking out policies photographers check their offices and equipment are covered from potential theft but aren’t considering e-risks which are not covered by traditional insurance policies. For information from our insurers visit www.infocusinsurance.co.uk