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The European’s new data security regulations called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May.

Today’s information technology systems remain limited by the barriers imposed by classic binary computing.

The EU adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016, which is scheduled to go into effect on May 25, 2018.

Only ten years ago insurance technology executives were elbowing their way to the table, attempting to steer investments toward technology, and figuring out ways to convince business counterparts the value of technology around the data collected.

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the Commercial Lines Special Interest Group meeting in Jersey City, NJ.

Over the past decade, insurers have shifted from ignoring business intelligence (BI) and data strategy to making them a significant part of their overall business strategy.

It’s always good to see insurer blockchain ideas move out of the consortiums and into actual production, as is now the case with Allianz’s blockchain approach for a global captive insurer program.

The insurance industry is at a turning point when it comes to data availability.

It’s no secret that data has become increasingly important as carriers continue to digitize their businesses.

Last week Delaware passed a law that puts additional requirements in place on firms to protect personal information and provide notifications and credit monitoring services.