A persistent cybersecurity challenge for insurance companies is structural: Executives often lack clarity around who owns the cybersecurity function, according to Datos Insights. (Credit: Created on Dall-E 3, an AI art generator, by Cassandre Coyer/ALM) A persistent cybersecurity challenge for insurance companies is structural: Executives often lack clarity around who owns the cybersecurity function, according to Datos Insights. (Credit: Created on Dall-E 3, an AI art generator, by Cassandre Coyer/ALM)

Many of today's insurance carriers are rushing headfirst toward process improvements using generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) without fully anticipating potential regulatory and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

Elana Ashanti Jefferson serves as ALM's PropertyCasualty360 Group Chief Editor. She is a veteran journalist and communications professional. Reach her by sending an e-mail to [email protected].