As more enterprises adopt cloud services, insurers and risk managers worry about the potential for loss (and lawsuits) related to this technology. How is the industry looking to protect clients from losses suffered through business downtime, lost data, security breaches, and poor partner practices beyond traditional policies? What can companies do today?
It's a topic that sparked a lot of calls and emails when I wrote about it recently. And it's something today's IE Radio guest ponders frequently.
Our guest and guide is Mary Beth Borgwing, a leading risk and technology senior executive, who has made a career of advising high-growth companies on funding strategies and strategic business development. By maintaining relationships within insurance, risk management, techology, and other key industry leaders, Borgwing has guided clients through governance, risk, compliance, and enterprise risk management process improvement — including cloud insurance issues. During this IE Radio broadcast, she will discuss some of the cloud adoption issues that insurers and their clients face; how companies can protect themselves and their investments; and how enterprises, insurers, and cloud providers must work together to reduce or eliminate risk.
Join us on IE Radio at 2:00 p.m. ET today, Thursday, Dec. 13, for a fascinating discussion about an issue that is challenging many insurance, risk management, IT, and enterprise leaders.
— Alison Diana , ThinkerNet Editor, Internet Evolution