Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-02-26

February 26, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Berlin-based InsurTech Embea secures €4m for embedded life insurance

Berlin-based Embea has successfully concluded its seed funding round, securing a remarkable €4m.

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Nationwide cyberattack on healthcare giant blocks patients from insurance, prescriptions

A cyberattack against a healthcare tech giant shut down people’s access to their medications all across the country, including in the Triangle and Sandhills.

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Pharmacies across America are having trouble processing some prescriptions because of a cyberattack

Pharmacies across the United States are reporting that they are having difficulty getting prescriptions to patients because of a cyberattack on a unit of UnitedHealth.

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Unlocking The Power of Gen AI: A Tech Odyssey in Insurance Innovation

GenAI will enable insurers and bankers to enhance their customer experience, risk management, and decision making, by using natural language processing, computer vision, machine learning, and deep learning techniques, shared Dheepak Rajoo, Chief Information Officer, Royal Sundaram General Insurance Co. Limited in an exclusive interaction Srajan Agarwal of Elets News Network (ENN).

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Insurance and Asset Management worldwide

As an international financial services provider, Allianz offers worldwide products and solutions in insurance and asset management.

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