Cyber-Security Gaining Ground Among Insurers, But Gaps Remain For Many

Ruquet, Mark E.
July 2010
National Underwriter / P&C;7/19/2010, Vol. 114 Issue 25, p17
The article focuses on a cyber security survey for the financial services industry. The survey says that 36% in the financial services industry view the lack of budget as the main reason why there is no assurance of information security in the industry. It adds that larger firms are considered to be more technologically advanced in information security than small firms. Meanwhile, Deloitte & Touhce LLP principal Rick Siebenaler suggests that the industry must have strong computer passwords.


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