Report a Cyber Breach?
The Jury’s Still Out
By Robert M. Dietzel, ARM, CIC
While lawyers and legislators grapple with the issue, insurance professionals still have clients to advise. What to tell them?
7 Steps Toward Stamping
Out Insurance Fraud
By Paul Bermingham
Last month’s bust of a $7.6 million Miami home insurance fraud ring sounds the call for an industry- wide plan to stop fraud.
10 Models to Encourage Greater
Private Market Participation
in Flood Insurance
By Sam J. Friedman and Aditya Udai Singh
Under the right conditions, having the private market — whether primary insurers, reinsurers, the capital markets or some combination of all three — pitch in
to take on additional flood exposure could be a win-win for
taxpayers as well as the insurance industry.
Claims Adjusting: The Past,
Present and Future
By Christopher Tidball
Despite all of the gains, many claims organizations remain hamstrung by inconsistent handling and outcomes. So why is it that with all of the
technology at our fingertips, our investigative abilities are
often lagging behind where they were a generation ago?