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  • C-suites prime target for hackers

    News last month that Jeff Bezos' phone was hacked, allegedly in the course of a WhatsApp communication with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was disconcerting in so far as even the world's richest man and head of a tech giant like Amazon is no more immune to a digital breach as anyone.

    AIRPlus | 20 Feb 2020
  • Pakistan embracing biometrics for insurance

    Having implemented biometric technology in several areas such as bank account verification and identity verification at border crossings, Pakistan is beginning to bring it into insurance.

    AIRPlus | 20 Feb 2020
  • IT modernisation in insurance: three paths to transformation

    Technology has long been an essential part of the insurance industry, helping insurers develop new products, assess claims and transform the customer experience. The rise of InsurTech has taken this to the next level, but many insurers have been left behind by focusing their efforts on the front-end, rather than updating the back-end. As a result, a number of insurers still rely on old technologies and are left as a result with redundant systems, driving up both maintenance and product development costs.

    AIRPlus | 19 Feb 2020
  • Hackers are exploiting coronavirus fears

    Hackers are exploiting the fears about COVID-19 by sending malicious emails cloaked as warnings about the economic repercussions that could occur as the illness spreads.

    Asia Risk | 19 Feb 2020
  • Singapore: Prudential partners Ngee Ann Polytechnic to launch machine learning programme for employees

    Prudential Singapore is offering its 1,200 employees an online certification programme, Machine Learning for Humans, to equip them with the skills to better leverage data in their daily work using Artificial Intelligence (AI). More than 170 employees have signed up for the programme since it launched on 1 February 2020.

    Agents | 11 Feb 2020
  • Fatigue at sea and wearable technology

    Sleep and Fatigue Research (Safr) organisation which uses technology to monitor and manage crew fatigue has identified sleepiness and long-term fatigue to be the major factors impacting accidents at sea.

    Asia Risk | 12 Feb 2020
  • Around 80 airports around the world could be swamped by 2021 by a one-meter rise in sea levels

    An analysis by the Washington-based World Resources Institute (WRI) has found that with one-meter rise in sea-level, an estimated 80 airports globally would be swamped by 2100.

    Asia Risk | 12 Feb 2020
  • Australia: Digital-first mindset entrenched in Suncorp

    One of Australia's biggest insurance, banking and financial services group Suncorp says that the adoption of digital channels by customers has continued to grow strongly and is expected to benefit from further investment in the second half of the financial year ending 30 June 2020.

    Asia | 11 Feb 2020
  • Coronavirus outbreak: Likely boom of online insurance and healthcare services

    Amidst all the mass hysteria surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, people in affected Asian countries seem to be avoiding face-to-face interactions and staying indoors as much as possible. This has led to many venturing online to seek services from digital insurers and telehealth service providers.

    AIRPlus | 11 Feb 2020
  • Majority of banks and insurers in United Kingdom are not prepared For climate Risk

    The Bank of England faces a difficult task to get the finance industry ready for one of its biggest threats- the climate change.

    Asia Risk | 05 Feb 2020

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