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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Insurance CIO Outlook
March 21, 2019

Insurance CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Leveraging necessary user information through online portals, search engines, and interaction oriented insights, insurers can predict the type of products that their customers would be interested in.
Insurers can gain a deeper understanding of behavioral trends, customary aspects, and individual habits, using behavioral analytics, which can help in developing customized solutions and better real-time fast track customer services.
Facial features are just one of the many aspects that the insurance companies are using to decide the insurance policy. Insurers and the other third-party vendors are using big data analytics to study the digital footprints of their customers.
Featured Vendors
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CIO Viewpoint
Murali Natarajan, SVP & CIO, West Bend Mutual Insurance
We need to think big, but execute small and fast.
John Shea, CIO, Eaton Vance
As the CIO of Eaton Vance, I’d be compelled to say that the role of a CIO has advanced over the years.
CXO Insights
By Adam Hamm, Managing Director, Risk and Compliance, Protiviti
For almost all companies, a comprehensive cyber liability insurance policy is a prudent course of action.
By Robert Horrobin, AVP, John Hancock
AAPs’ abilities to demonstrate value is key, especially to avoid being viewed as a cost sink.