Insurance and security part 1: Managing digital content and staying compliant

 

Compliance and security are major concerns in the insurance industry. And the only way to control these concerns successfully is to manage your digital content properly.

Mark Breading, partner at Strategy Meets Action, and Charlie Hanna, director of Hyland Software’s Domestic Insurance Solutions Group, recently sat down to have a conversation about how insurers can properly manage digital content and stay compliant with ever-changing regulations.

“Compliance has long been a challenge for the insurance industry,” said Hanna. “When you think about the United States, there are 50 states, 50 departments of insurance and all of these different sets of rules and regulations, it’s really quite challenging.”

That’s why you should look for solutions that empower your organization to manage compliance standards while also giving it the ability to grow.

“In the past, organizations handled compliance manually, whether it was external or internal brand standards,” said Breading. “But with the pace of change and the volume of regulations, successful insurers are using automation and increasingly looking to AI.”

To learn more about security and insurance, download our eBook: How Exposed Are You? 5 Questions Every Insurer Should Have an Answer For.

Tom Tennant

Tom Tennant

Tom Tennant is the Content Marketing Manager for the Hyland Insurance Solutions team. He joined Hyland in 2010 as its first brand journalist after far too many years in daily news and trade magazine journalism. If he isn’t blogging about Hyland and content services, he’s probably blogging about film production in the Midwest.

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