To deliver the right insurance offers and services for customers, you need to understand them. Your customers' personal information reveals a lot about them, most of it of a personal and private nature.
How do you process, analyze, and store that data to obtain the insights you need, all while keeping that private data confidential? You go beyond traditional perimeter security and apply protection to the data itself.
Regulations and industry ethics both demand you take that extra step to protect consumer privacy.
Your business depends on software tools you develop in-house. To meet demand, software teams are always pressured to develop and deliver working code faster and faster. They're primary focus isn't necessarily data privacy and security.
Unfortunately, the data security function is often isolated from the core development team and their initial planning, development, and iterative testing. Security is too often an overlay or final checkbox after software design and development occurs.
Furthermore, the development cycle requires production data to run code through its paces during testing and functional validation. Security can't be an afterthought--it must be an integral part of planning and design.
Regulatory concerns often throw a roadblock in the way of digital innovation. Check out this webinar that provides an actual customer story from one of our multi-brand insurance customers.