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A new survey conducted on behalf of the PCI has found that more Americans consider using social media and texting to be more dangerous while driving than being under the influence of marijuana.
Today, many billions of dollars of written premium are generated through agency aggregations.
It's the most wonderful time of the year — not just for you and your family, but for thieves, too.
As technology adoption and the data it produces become prevalent in insurance, the human element remains valuable.
There are few networks in the United States that are relied upon as much as its roadways.
Leveraging technology can save time and money, leading to happier customers.
The most complex and troublesome challenges of managing vendor cyber risk.
The NACD's recently released Public Company Governance Survey contains both troubling and encouraging findings concerning the current state cybersecurity risk readiness.
Blockchain may well become foundational to the business world and pervasive in insurance, but it is likely to evolve gradually over the next decade.
Given the benefits of big data to the insurance industry, why is the momentum behind such initiatives still lagging?
A new Fitch Ratings special report analyzes GAAP financial results for the first nine months of 2017.
The California Department of Insurance is seeking to suspend or revoke Wells Fargo's licenses to transact personal insurance in California.
Under the terms of the 2017 Reinsurance Agreement, FEMA is filing claims with its reinsurers for losses associated with Hurricane Harvey.
The number of reported safety incidents involving civilian drones is on track to rise dramatically again this year, with almost as many in the first nine months of 2017 as for all of last year.
Getting an injured worker back on the job takes more than just medical care. It takes an understanding of the emotional and mental health needs as well.
This new California-based cyber insurance provider reflects the growing collaboration between InsurTechs and industry incumbents.
Is the experience modification factor still relevant in pricing workers' comp coverage, or has it been replaced by predictive analytics?
An increase in cyber risks provides more opportunities for insurers to create new products and educate policyholders.