Data and information are an organization’s crown jewels, and are therefore the subject of the most intensive security efforts. I've talked about the yawning gaps in data security before on this site, and there's been no end of concern about the sorry state of cybersecurity across many of our interconnected systems.
However, there is a counter-trend to all this concern. Some industry observers believe that it would be in companies' best interest to be more open with their data, particularly that collected from customers. And guess what? The insurance industry is seen as a prime example of how to handle data-sharing the right way. Namely, collecting data on policyholders' driving habits in order to offer discounts for safe driving behaviors is held up in a recent Influx Insights post.
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