The promise behind every insurance brand is to protect the financial well being of the policyholders in the case of unexpected loss. This promise is explicitly made in every insurance policy. However, it didn't take long before insurers found themselves required to meet an implied promise - that of protecting people and their information assets.
The challenge insurers face today is to secure their clients' information, their own business information and intellectual property, comply with privacy laws and meet increasing regulatory requirements. These challenges become increasingly difficult with pervasive technologies such as mobile devices, laptops, cloud computing, etc.
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