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How Connected Devices Are Changing the Future of Risk — and What that Means for an Insured’s Claims Mitigation Process

Connected devices are upping the risk mitigation game. For insureds who partner with the right experts, that means a more proactive and faster response to a potential claim.

White Paper Summary

As the world continues to invest in growing technology and the internet of things (IoT) evolves to offer more in the way of risk solutions, it’s no wonder that businesses and their risk teams are looking to utilize the capabilities offered.

One prominent method is through connected devices, which enable businesses to proactively assess and address risk concerns that could lead to future claims. These devices include any sensor that is capturing and sharing data on a network in real time.

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