Data Security for the Independent Insurance Agency

Data Security for the Independent Insurance Agency

Data Security for the Independent Insurance Agency

Easy online access from wireless hot spots and mobile devices has given us the ability to send and receive more and more information, increasing our communication and exposing us to potential data threats. Independent insurance providers must be aware of these risks, and take every precaution to ensure client data security. Legislation is in place to protect consumers, and insurance providers should be aware of, and follow, these regulations. In this eGuide, we’ll hit on the major legislation regarding data security for insurance agencies, and provide tips and tools to help keep your agency compliant and your clients protected.

What’s Inside

  • E–Signature Security
  • Passwords and Permission Protection
  • Cloud Data Safety
  • Mobile Data Safeguards

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Cyber Security and Data Protection

Cyber Security and Data Protection

A recent Insurance Business America article reported 80 percent of businesses will experience a data security breach within 12 months. A breach can cause a loss of data, identity theft, and potential lawsuits that can hurt the business, its clients, and employees. Like any company, your independent insurance agency is just as vulnerable to such risks, meaning you must take steps to prevent and minimize the effects of cyber threats. This eGuide explores the common cyber security threats and how to protect your business and customers. Throughout the guide, we’ll hear from some experienced agency owners about their cyber security concerns and how they keep their agencies and customers safe.

What You’ll Learn

  • Cyber Security Basics
  • Protecting Your Agency
  • First Steps
  • Protecting Your Customers
  • Staying Informed

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Are you the next target? Preventing cyber attacks at your agency

Are you the next target? Preventing cyber attacks at your agency

It’s been said nearly every two seconds a new malicious URL is created for use in a cyber attack. Statistics like these should give pause, knowing your agency’s data is constantly vulnerable to such risks. In this guide, we’ll give you the tools and information you need to defend against cyber threats. We start with some of the most recent tactics, so you and your staff can be alert for suspicious happenings. Next, we look at how to inform and protect your clients and staff. Finally, we explore how to keep your data secure in the power of the cloud.

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