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Underwriting Insurance Data Security
Stephen Treglia, Legal Counsel, Absolute Software
Because insurance companies operate in the most complex regulatory environment, the consequences of data breaches are many and varied.
By Stephen Treglia Legal Counsel, Absolute Software,
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Protecting Customer Privacy at Amica
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
The implementation of sound masking technology has enhanced the privacy of meetings and client phone conversations.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Aligning Technology, People & Processes for Data Security
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
Combating today's hackers will take the right mix of technology, people, and processes.
By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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The Value of Predictive Analytics in Financial Services
Ingo Mierswa, CEO and Founder, RapidMiner
Risk management and customer data are two key areas where data analytics is being applied in financial services.
By Ingo Mierswa CEO and Founder, RapidMiner,
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Educating the Public on Data Security
Brad Cummins, Founder, Local Life Agents
Insurers can provide the peace of mind their customers crave by sharing information on security practices.
By Brad Cummins Founder, Local Life Agents,
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What SIUs Want: An Easier Way to Take Aim at Soft Fraud
Joseph Bracken, VP, Product Management, Enservio
From the special investigative unit perspective, soft fraud is like a cancer: It's a silent but deadly disease that's not easy to detect.
By Joseph Bracken VP, Product Management, Enservio,
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John Hancock Rolls Out ‘Genius Bar’-Style IT Help Desk
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Many Manulife divisions are taking the walk-in approach to IT support, according to VP of end-user services Jacques Ouimet.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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A Secure Approach to Data Privacy
Lisa McLaughlin, CISO, VP of Information Security and Data Integrity, SS&C Technologies
With the increasing importance of information security and recent cyber attacks, it's time for businesses to make strategic privacy decisions.
By Lisa McLaughlin CISO, VP of Information Security and Data Integrity, SS&C Technologies,
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Making The Commercial Personal
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Analytics investment and implementation separates the most effective companies from the laggards, says Zurich North America's Tom Peach.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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The Once & Future Insurance IT Leader
Kathy Burger, Editorial Director
Insurance & Technology’s 2014 Elite 8 CIOs have what it takes to lead in a changing and challenging business environment.
By Kathy Burger Editorial Director,
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Changing the Security Mindset
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
As cyber attacks evolve in number and complexity, financial services organizations must embrace proactive security strategies.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Why You Shouldn't Count On General Liability To Cover Cyber Risk
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
Travelers Insurance's legal spat with P.F. Chang's over who'll pay breach costs will likely illustrate why enterprises shouldn't think of their general liability policies as backstops for cyber risk.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading,
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Connected Cars Vs. Cybercrime: Tough Fight
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writer
Automakers should consider adding real-time intrusion detection and response capabilities, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says.
By Jai Vijayan Freelance writer,
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Cyberinsurance Resurges In The Wake Of Mega-Breaches
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
Insurance policies customized for cyberattack protection are on the rise as businesses worry they could be the next Target.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading,
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Leverage Analytics for Improved Fraud Detection
Saurabh Tandon, Senior Manager, Mu Sigma
Insurers must counter smarter and more sophisticated defrauders through tech approaches that leverage data analytics.
By Saurabh Tandon Senior Manager, Mu Sigma,
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Progressive Selects BAE Systems to Detect Fraud
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
The solution will be used to enhance the recognition of claims fraud in auto insurance.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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What Have We Learned About Risk Management Since 9/11?
Kathy Burger, Editorial Director
Technology has transformed the practice of risk management, but with threats growing more complex and sophisticated, has anything really changed?
By Kathy Burger Editorial Director,
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Will Apple Legitimize Mobile Payments?
Bryan Yurcan, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
The company announced its new mobile payments system, Apple Pay.
By Bryan Yurcan Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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HealthCare.gov Breach: The Ripple Effect
Alison Diana, Senior Editor
Hackers breached a HealthCare.gov test server, reportedly affecting no records, but the repercussions could spread across many medical organizations.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor,
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4 Hurdles To Securing The Internet Of Things
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
Why locking down even the tiniest embedded devices is a tall order.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading,
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