Cyber thieves' hacking strategy isn’t changing -- it’s expanding, industry experts say. And that's forcing changes in insurers' strategy as well.
At one time, insurers focused cybersecurity efforts solely on preventing theft of payment card systems, social security numbers and bank account records. But, today’s hackers are after all data. Data that by itself may be of little value, but when aggregated with information from other sources builds massive repositories for identity theft, according to Amica’s CISO, Gil Bishop.
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