InsurTech is expected to help generate over $400bn (£312bn) worth of premiums worldwide by 2023, more than double the estimated $187bn today.
CEOS from across the world believe that data scientists will be their most important workers in the search for future growth, a new global survey has found.
IT professionals worldwide are more than twice as worried about data breaches and cyber attacks today than they were this time last year, a new survey has found.
Finance and insurance companies in the UK invested more money in cyber security than any other type of firm over the latest financial year, new analysis has found.
The vast majority of company board members across the world believe their firms should spend more money on cyber security, a new global survey has found.
There were a record 66 InsurTech investment deals recorded in the first quarter of this year as insurers continued to look to start-ups to improve their claims handling and underwriting excellence.
Upgrading technology is the number one priority for insurers around the world, according to survey of senior executives by software provider AdvantageGo.
The insurance industry is increasingly struggling to find the right staff, with just one-quarter of workers in the sector prepared to use artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
Financial services companies are the most likely to be targeted for privacy requests following the introduction General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) next month.
The majority of insurers around the world are failing to ensure the data that feeds their artificial intelligence (AI) systems is accurate, potentially undermining their business decisions.