In the press: Cybersecurity best practice for insurers
Last updated on April 15th, 2020
As the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) announce the launch of a cyber committee dedicated to helping the insurance sector as a whole tackle the increasing numbers of security breaches, Robert Rutherford shares his insights on how life and health insurance providers can create a successful cybersecurity strategy that will protect their business and confidential data.
Rutherford, CEO of IT Support and consultancy firm QuoStar, says hackers are capitalising on the dated technology and legacy systems. An issue which has plagued the insurance industry for decades. However, there’s no need for insurers to revamp their entire IT systems to implement a successful cybersecurity strategy. In fact, technology is the last piece of the “cyber puzzle”.
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