Insurance companies are one of the most vulnerable businesses to cybercrime around. As a sector, they operate under a unique set of circumstances that make them ideal targets and this risk has only grown with the increase in remote workforces brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How can an industry that creates a mandatory product be disrupted? This is a question that has plagued Canadian auto insurance providers for more than a decade. Auto insurance is a legally required product across Canada that is heavily regulated and extremely slow to change.
With everything from name and age to marital status and place of work, we put a lot of information out there. Everyone has a different comfort level about sharing data on social media platforms, but almost all of us share some of our lives and personal information with the world on one platform or another.
At first glance it might be hard to envision how agriculture and cloud computing could overlap. Sure, there are plenty of applications for innovation and technology in the world of agriculture, but cloud computing just seems a little too abstracted from the messy world of crops, livestock, and farming.
If you have been even just A Little Online over the past two decades, you have probably heard of malware. Certainly, any business or business owner whose company involves IT or does business online will likely have encountered the term.