Has there been too much hype in the insurance industry surrounding emerging technologies?
Malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016, the White House said Friday.
It's more critical than ever that legacy insurers, agents and brokers start to prioritize online marketing.
As InsurTechs make strong moves into the insurance market, legacy carriers are launching innovative new products.
The exponential growth of semi-autonomous cars requires rapid change on the part of producers and insurers alike.
From responsive service to compensation programs, agents select the 'best' carriers in multiple areas of consideration.
These unique investigations help insurers determine coverage for long-tail claims.
Nearly half of all homeowners and renters in the U.S. would consider allowing their insurance company to receive information through smart home devices.
Discrimination and harassment lawsuits filed by employees against current, former and even prospective employers have been on the rise.
So ascendant is the humble chatbot that some pundits are describing 2018 as the year of AI and voice technology. Will that also be true for insurance?
The growing demand for voice-controlled artificial intelligence (AI) is part of a bigger trend toward more personalized, customized, conversational digital experiences.
For those insurance brokers making the shift from an in-house solution to the cloud, getting the language right is Job One.
Insurance technology news from Sapiens, Roost, Beyontec and Verisk, Columbia Insurance Group and Valen Analytics, Sylvia Group and Vertafore, and Guidewire and Utilant.
The $500 billion reinsurance industry is experiencing a flurry of deal talks.
Today, we look at independent agents who sell Life & Health products.
Cybersecurity is rapidly moving from an emerging threat to a current reality that can adversely impact businesses of any size.
Distracted living is a cause for concern and a trend that the P&C insurance industry should continue to monitor.
Marijuana legalization and immigration reform are just two of the hot-button issues that could affect workers' compensation specialists this year.
Started in 2015, the initiative aims to bring awareness about recruiting the next generation of insurance professionals.