Insurtech is sparking great ideas to extend and enhance how insurance is executed more than disrupting or upending the industry entirely. This article focuses on three specific strands of insurtech that will develop in 2018 and beyond and what they mean for the industry.
This video will acknowledge that insurers must work better to overcome the knowledge vacuum in cyber insurance, and to take the time necessary to equip brokers with the tools needed to educate their clients and help prevent cyber attacks.
Insurers have been exploiting data for decades to underwrite risks. Could they use that know-how to market their products better and stop tech giants from taking customers? This article provides a summary of a recent roundtable where industry leaders discussed the industry’s use of customer data.
Within insurance, one of the recent trends to emerge can be categorised as the development of ‘on demand’ or ‘micro-duration’ insurance. This whitepaper studies how insurers are reacting to changing consumer needs and the impact upon claims management and counter-fraud activities.
As companies and IT departments become more sophisticated in recognising scams, thieves are upping the ante. This article sheds light on what social engineering fraud looks like in 2018, prevention strategies in place and what to look for when seeking insurance cover for social engineering theft.
Artificial intelligence - AI, is one of the key components of the digital age of insurance and this article will discuss some of the ways AI will disrupt insurance underwriting and the future prospects it holds for insurance.
Driven by rapid technological developments and unparalleled customer expectations, this article sheds light on why the period the insurance industry finds itself in today can be described as ‘The Engagement Era’. The article looks at the trends driving change and the implications for insurers.
A broken link involving just one of your suppliers can send security concerns down your entire chain. This whitepaper explores the relationship between organisations and third-party suppliers when it comes to cybersecurity. It also looks at data breach risk and response, and the impact on consumers.
In this blog post, Keith Stonell, Managing director of EMEA at Guidewire looks at how insurers are transforming the industry by investing in predictive analytics and machine learning to improve customer experience, whilst cutting claims handling time and costs, and eliminating fraud.
This new guide by Ecclesiastical provides accessible information about the ways in which charities could find themselves exposed to the cyber security threat, the implications of a cyber attack and the steps third sector organisations can take to protect themselves.