Independent insurance agents in a quandary about how to safeguard their private information and overall insurance technology are being given a jumpstart, thanks to The Independent Agents & Brokers of America’s Agents Council for Technology (ACT).

The industry association has released a prototype agency information security plan to assist agencies and brokers in creating their own written security plans to safeguard the private information of a agency’s clients and employees, the agency’s proprietary and confidential information, the physical security of the agency’s premises and the integrity of electronic systems so that they function smoothly without interruption.

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