The next digital edition of Verdict InsurTech will focus on the internationalisation of InsurTech and the latest trends and innovations for the global insurance market.
It will also examine the future of the life and non-life insurance market; the growing role of AI in InsurTech and insurance and the impact data analytics is having on the sector.
Finally, following the implementation of GDPR data protection legislation in the EU in late May 2018, the next issue will explain how all insurance players and those involved in the value chain should be concerned with their cyber risk exposure at the moment.
In particular, the next digital edition will explain ways for insurance players to combat cyber risks and threats.
Key topics of focus in the next digital edition of Verdict InsurTech will include:
- The application of InsurTech in different international markets
- The future of insurance
- InsurTech and AI
- Robo-advisers and insurance
- The power of data analytics for insurance
- Taking your cyber risk responsibility more serious in the wake of GDPR
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