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Could Nationwide’s Security Breach Happen to Any Insurer?

The security breach of Nationwide Insurance last week is the last thing anyone in the business world wants to announce. There’s a level of trust associated with any company that consumers choose to do business with, but despite the best efforts of those companies and their security teams, the attack on Nationwide doesn’t appear to be anything out of the ordinary, nor will it be the last of its kind.

In an article to be published in the December issue of Tech Decisions, I interviewed Dan Greteman, CIO of Allied Group, a part of the Nationwide family. The interview was conducted in late September, just days before the attack on his company.

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