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Cyber insurance is currently a $2 billion market, according to Betterley Risk Consultants Inc., and most cyber insurers report consistent premium growth in the double digits.
Cloud Security for Insurers, Step-by-Step
Data-driven technology has allowed insurers to automate much of underwriting in some areas of P&C, but the larger goal of transforming underwriting form an art to a science is achieved by making better use of business intelligence to increase efficiency and improve outcomes.
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has made life easier for insurance carriers for most of the 21st century, but as content has changed—and the way insurers do business has changed as well—it seems fair to wonder what lies next for an industry where content remains king, even if that content doesn’t...
Many businesses—with one recent exception—are offering their employees the opportunity to step away from the office and perform their daily tasks in the comfort of their own homes. Whatever the reasons for utilizing a mobile workforce—unwillingness to relocate the family or a reluctance to perform the daily commute—for insurers the...
A gymnast swinging gracefully through an uneven bar routine; a running back making a spin move on the gridiron to avoid a would-be tackler; a figure skater executing a perfect salchow jump: All these athletes possess strength and skill, but the moves they make require something more—agility.
The future is bright for those operating in the mobile technology field. Doing mobile right also means leveraging your previous technology investments—including legacy systems—to make for a meaningful connection to customers and business partners.
Insurers have seen the success others have found from breaking down larger projects into sizeable chunks. Industry analysts believe this is the next wave for core system replacement.
State Farm will reduce its rate request for rental dwelling policies in California by an average of 40 percent in 2017.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.