Why insurance companies need to do a better job of protecting against cyberattacks

More than half of the U.S. insurers in the industry are already using technology to keep their clients and customers safe from cyberattacks, according to a survey released Thursday.

The survey by the Insurance Information Institute (II) shows that most insurance companies and their affiliates are working to increase the effectiveness of cybersecurity technology in their policies, and to increase their capacity to provide cybersecurity services.

“The risk of a cyberattack is high.

It is an ongoing problem, and the insurers are trying to keep it that way,” II President Mike Seifert said in a statement.

“They want to ensure that all of their customers and clients are protected, and that’s why they’re investing in cybersecurity technology.”

The II surveyed more than 1,200 insurers in May.

The insurers were asked whether they had plans to increase cyberprotection, or how they plan to keep cyberattack victims and their families safe.

The companies were also asked to explain how they are working with their customers, their employees, and other stakeholders to protect their customers from cyberattack.

While nearly all of the insurers surveyed said they would increase cyber protection in the next five years, only 16 percent of them said they plan on increasing their cyberprotection capacity.

Nearly half of insurers said they were also working to build more capacity for cybersecurity.

In addition, more than half (54 percent) of the companies said they are preparing to hire cybersecurity experts to assist them with cybersecurity plans.

Seifenbert noted that this is a very significant number of insurers.

“We’re seeing that insurance companies are paying attention to cybersecurity,” he said. “In the U