analytics

COVID-19 has taken an enormous toll on the U.S. economy, with 33 million unemployment claims, plunging equity markets, and hundreds of thousands of closed businesses. While its impact on the insurance industry could also be significant, the extent of this impact is yet unknown. ... Read More >
The current COVID-19 outbreak and mitigation efforts around the globe have impacted nearly every part of life, and insurance is no exception. While many industry experts have hypothesized about the overall implications for the P&C sector, and insurers are analyzing their books of business, we at Guidewire are extrapolating from transactional data to better understand emerging patterns. ... Read More >
While COVID-19 mitigation efforts justifiably focus on humanitarian concerns, businesses in the financial and insurance industries may not be aware of the associated cyber-risk implications of dealing with the COVID-19.  There is bad news and good news from a cyber risk perspective. ... Read More >
Our aspiration at Guidewire Cyence is to enable insurers to establish themselves as the ultimate cyber risk transfer destinations for their clients. Guidewire Cyence Risk Analytics is the most advanced cyber solution available—an economic cyber risk modeling solution that adjusts as the cyber landscape shifts. Guidewire Cyence continuously gathers data and updates economic models based on changing circumstances, delivering tangible benefits to insurers and their customers as they face the volatility generated from evolving 21st-century risks. ... Read More >
Back in April, the CEOs of UK insurers, brokers, and other providers, received a letter from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) telling them to sort out poor customer service or else.... Read More >
The small- and medium-sized business (SMB) segment represents a compelling growth opportunity for insurers. However, due to the lack of information on small businesses, a common challenge for insurers in the small business workers’ compensation market is identifying risk differentiation between similar types of small venture entities.... Read More >
“Gig economy” is a buzzword in nearly every industry at the moment, and insurance is no different. For insurers, particularly Workers’ Compensation insurers, the nontraditional employees making gig work their primary source of income and the companies that employ them present a new frontier.... Read More >
Cyber attacks have become the most prominent threat or disruption to business entities in recent years. Corporate entities are concerned about damages to their brands, the stability of revenues, and the safety and privacy for their employees and customers because criminals have become more sophisticated at figuring out standardized security and evading defenses. Specifically, cyber attacks present unprecedented challenges to 21st century enterprises because of the speed of occurrence and severity of damage, along with the enterprise’s vulnerability to keep up with the evolving complexity and volume of cyber threats. ... Read More >
Can predictive analytics forecast if predictive analytics will transform the insurance industry?  If you were to ask someone ten years ago, you might have thought ‘yeah right.’... Read More >
As the new year gets into its stride, I can see the insurance industry heading in some exciting directions. The starting point is how the past year has witnessed InsurTech and Data Analytics make big inroads. However, the year ahead will be about how those ideas and blueprints are turned into more concrete outcomes for insurers. Data listening monetises managing 21st Century risks ... Read More >

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