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Risk and insurance trends we can expect for 2023, as predicted by leading Insurtech executives and C-suite leaders.
Most insurance companies have hit a critical point in time with regards to their investments in analytics, innovation and even AI.
Insurers can simply buy analyses from satellite operators, using that information for assess damage or find wrongdoing.
AI is poised to take the actionability of data and the accuracy of insurance underwriting to the next level. And that’s a win for everyone.
Organizations looking to integrate facial recognition technology into their security systems must consider it may not always be the best alternative.
Denise Parr, director of workers’ compensation for MGM Resorts International — which includes the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino — has decades of experience managing workers’ comp exposures on a large scale.
Cyber risk and data privacy risk are fundamentally like other conventional risks in that we need to first mitigate by using good habits before seeking to transfer by insurance.
Teaching business analytics without tying that teaching to important non-quantitative changes in our society creates new risks.
From construction to cargo to cyber, an array of Insurtech technology solutions is beginning to bring real improvement to risk management safety strategies.
Europe’s GDPR rule isn’t the only privacy/cyber regulation risk managers need to have on their radar. Here are 5 cyber-related changes to watch.
Technology will put millions out of work. Are we ready?
The technology industry is one of the fastest-growing industries today. And with high-speed innovation comes numerous emerging risks.
5G networks may be 100 times faster than 4G, supporting a big increase in the number of connected devices and an explosion of data.
This director of risk management sees cyber, IP and reputation risks as evolving threats, but more formal education may make emerging risk professionals better prepared.
As risk manager for a cloud computing and software company, Laurie LeLack knows that the interconnected economy and cyber security remain top risks.
Verizon’s risk manager David Cammarata loves when his team can make a real impact on the bottom line.
Drawn to the industry since college, Elisa Atwell, the risk manager for a Fortune 500 company, is at the pinnacle of her career.