NAIC insurance data security model law moves closer to adoption, InsurTech collaboration, not disruption and an interview on healthcare cost transparency and consumer engagement. Plus our latest readings and more.
Commercial property/casualty (P/C) rates continued to decline for the tenth straight quarter, according The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers’ Commercial P/C Market Survey.
The world watched as an increasing number of industries were disrupted by savvy, agile technology start-ups looking to change the traditional way of conducting business and ultimately gain market share.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Cybersecurity (Ex) Working Group has finally adopted its long-awaited Insurance Data Security Model Law, paving the way for adoption of the model by the full NAIC membership.
McDaid’s Top 10 Reasons to Develop Your Employees, ACA employer reporting obligations, Department of Labor overtime regs, and more.
Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) tend to be less concerned about cyber risks when compared to their larger counterparts.
The Council’s Joel Wood & Joel Kopperud dissect what happened on the Senate floor during this morning’s dramatic end to the Republicans’ healthcare overhaul efforts.
Blockchain is a technological advancement that is showing strong signals it will have wide-reaching implications that will not just transform insurance but many other businesses and industries.
The Council’s update for July 24, 2017.
The danger of risk aggregation is nothing new to the insurance industry, but a recent joint report by Lloyd’s of London and cyber risk analytics firm, Cyence, just took the conversation up a notch.