The average loss in brand value for a company that experiences a data breach can be anywhere from $184 million to more than $330 million, according to PwC. And the collective loss of consumer trust in the industry can be even more costly. Insurance & Technology's September digital issue examines the strategies and tools insurance companies are using to provide an exceptional customer experience without compromising security.
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In This Issue:
5 Keys to Securing Your Mobile Apps: One way or another, insurers need to secure the mobile channel. Here are five critical keys to providing safe, convenient mobile service.
What It Takes to Rest Easy In the Cloud: What's it going to take to make insurers comfortable with cloud-based solutions? Our experts spell it out.
A New Breed of Hackers Strikes Fear In Security Pros: A growing group of hackers with all sorts of motivations is patiently targeting insurers with increasingly hard-to-detect attacks.
Plus: - 7 Steps to Airtight Enterprise Security - Stopping Claims Fraud Before It's too Late - Insurer Opens Doors With IP-Based Physical Security System
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