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There’s much to be excited about in insurance technology today, but the tools that carriers and their customers are attracted to also create new challenges for security teams. Keeping processes seamless and protecting customer data have put security teams into the spotlight.
Cost is only one of the many factors driving insurers’ increased use of cloud at the platform, infrastructure, and software levels.
Industry observers believe that cloud will play a large role in enabling new and evolving business models in insurance, such as telematics.
To meet the needs and expectations of mobile employees, agents, and customers—and driven by economic pressures that slashed travel budgets in recent years—insurers have been capitalizing on collaborative technology.
Insurance carriers affected by Super-storm Sandy were trying to assess how to get their operations back online and running normally and once that was done they could look at how their disaster recovery and business continuity plans played out in the face of a difficult challenge.
In judging risk, insurance carriers have always depended on getting the best possible information in a timely manner.
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More companies are buying cyber coverage than ever, but the market is slowing, according to the latest survey from Zurich and Advisen.