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As regulatory authorities around the world move to apply a range of standards to ensure that financial services sectors remain stable, and legislators continue to expand the rights of consumers online, insurers should consider the impact for their operations.
Watch this webinar to understand the implications for your fraud strategy. What changes are required to achieve stability and what does good like when it comes to managing consumer information?
Key developments in data privacy and data security and ways in which insurance fraud detection processes will need to change
Regulation and the move towards achieving operational resilience and what this means for insurers
The relevance of Data Ethics and the cost/benefit for areas such as counter fraud
Trinidad Navarro - Insurance Commissioner, Delaware Department of Insurance
Trinidad Navarro was elected in 2016 as the State of Delaware’s 26th Insurance Commissioner. In this role, he works to ensure insurance affordability and availability for residents as well as the accountability of insurance companies. As Commissioner, he leads the office charged with protecting, educating, and advocating for Delaware residents.
Holly Armitage - Head of Data Strategy Consulting, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Holly is a data specialist, with extensive hands-on experience of strategy development in both the private and public sectors. She has held a number of senior leadership positions, including running the UK Revenue and Customs’ Applied Data Unit.
Savva Pelou - Head of Data Privacy, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Savva has global responsibility for BAE Systems Applied Intelligence's data protection. He also has a background in Insurance, having spent 9 years as an Analyst at the UK Chartered Insurance Institute.
Dennis Toomey - Global Director of Counter Fraud Analytics, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence