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Deloitte said 'very few' clients were impacted, and has drafted outside help to review its security.
Many insurers are investing heavily into their websites, operational systems and digital transformation processes. But what about the fraudster?
Nominate your cybersecurity program for NU's Excellence in Cyber Security Risk Management Award before time runs out.
The vulnerability of governments and businesses to cyberattacks was exposed again Wednesday when a top U.S. financial regulator said hackers had breached its electronic database of market-moving corporate announcements.
New J.D. Power U.S. Home Insurance Study reports on customers satisfaction with homeowners' and renters' insurance. Who ranks highest?
Pet insurance may be a smart choice for pet owners in order to avoid costly out-of-pocket fees.
Depending on where you live, you know there's a chance of extreme weather coming your way. But are you prepared for a fire?
The average revenue increase has been 17% while the average cost reduction has been 12% among the global industries that have already turned to artificial intelligence.
Federal courts continue to shape the landscape for cyberfraud coverage.
While telematics may be relatively new to personal auto, commercial vehicles have been using the technology for more than 20 years.
You may be able to reduce or control your workers' comp costs with careful attention to your experience modification.
Risk managers are frustrated at the lack cyber liability coverage options while insurers are frustrated that the market has not yet taken off. Brokers are stuck in between.
As part of the Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium, five finalists presented their hottest new InsurTech ideas to compete for the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Startups such as Lemonade and Metromile are changing the way people access and purchase coverage. But there's a lot more to InsurTech than building an app.
High-net-worth individuals face challenges for home security with their online and offline lives.
New InsurTech initiatives in the distribution sector will focus on how to deliver products from the insurer to the agent in a smarter, more direct manner.
States are making progress in adopting domestic surplus lines insurers laws, but some are more welcoming than others.