I spoke on a Web seminar earlier this week for ACORD and LOMA. The other panelists and I discussed matters such as social networking, cloud computing, and predictive analytics. When it came time for questions from the audience, nearly every question touched on security issues in one form or another.

It shouldn’t be surprising that security is at the top of everyone’s mind today, given the parallel concerns insurers have demonstrated with enterprise risk management.

It’s good to know that our information is getting more secure–and that the people handling our data are so concerned with security–but who would’ve thought it was getting too secure? The government, that’s who.

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