Hiscox’s Stephen Ridley and Peter Wilson from the Home Office outline what brokers can do to improve cyber security for themselves and their clients.
Partnership to help brokers ensure customers are not underinsured.
Lyndon Wood and winner of The Apprentice, Tim Campbell have set up a blockchain firm called Blockrox.
Digital Fineprint head of operations Erik Abrahamsson talks us through how analysing social media data can benefit brokers.
The broker is testing escape of water sensor technology to inform new home insurance propositions.
Our cartoon this month gets to the bottom of cyber crime
Driverless cars, smart lightbulbs, smart thermostats and data are all hackable. Brokers have a key role to play in protecting customers against this type of cyber risk, writes Rachel Gordon
As businesses realise the importance of cyber insurance and more products become available, it is an ideal time for brokers to start offering the cover, explains Rachel Gordon
Brokers told that blockchain technology is set to save money on claims process.
The end of motor broking as we know it?: Mark Bower-Dyke poses the question of whether brokers will survive in an increasingly digital world
The software house has teamed up with Verisk Insurance Solutions on a vehicle fraud check system.
Worry + Peace teams up with digital technology provider to support broker start-ups.
The insurer has joined the Open GI platform and provides non-standard household insurance.
The broker has changed software house after 20 years with Open GI.
Kent-based broker selects TAMCloud.
Pegasystems’ Tony Tarquini, explains what innovations brokers need to be grabbing on to this year.
Broker signs on to Applied TAMCloud.
Founder says new MGA launched because insurance hasn't evolved to meet customer needs.
The organisation says it has put together an expert team in the tech, telecoms, energy and media sectors.
Insurance technology expert Risto Rossar says innovation will keep brokers alive and kicking.
Product aimed at infrequent drivers.
REG UK programme manager Nicholas Phair tells us how technology can elevate broking to new levels of efficiency.
Software house sees opportunities to grow in the UK as it launches Applied Epic later this year.
French start-up CBien appointed to advise its 2017 programme and may look to enter UK market.