Companies are spending millions to make sure their data is iron-clad safe—from multiple layers of security to network security to SQL protection to encryption to password protection. PCs get locked down, and remote kill switches are built into mobile devices and laptops.

These measures are fine, but there are two steps every insurance company should consider as part of any data protection plan. They should maintain one central, secure master copy of their information, and employ “data masking” to make the data meaningless to any malicious user.

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