Conversations of Four: A Peer to Peer Networking Experience IASA is bringing a new interactive feature to our 2018 Executive Roundtables: Conversations of Four. The design of these sessions is based on social research
into the value of small-group discussions. The Chief Information/Technology Roundtable includes three 20-minute conversations of four, with discussion categories suggested by attendees and industry executives. Within each category there are several topics for discussion. You decide which topics you want to discuss and, with the help of a moderator, the conversations will flow based on the makeup of the group. You can stick with the same topic or change it up after each round of conversations.
Successful IT Transformation Prompts Organizational Change While transformation initiatives look different within every insurance company, there are typical ingredients of success, from key partners and new technologies to internal
power users, change management, and process re-engineering. Still, the path taken to a full-on, IT infrastructure overhaul is fraught with challenges. During this session, attendees will hear insurer insights and lessons learned from specific examples of dissecting and reassembling processes, systems and workflows in a way that ensures preparedness for the future.
Cybersecurity – The Unintended Consequences of the Internet of Things
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How is the insurance industry being impacted by the Internet of Things? From garage doors to thermostats to coffee makers to baby video monitors to security systems, we are more connected than ever. This raises important questions on reliability, security, hacking vectors and how to benefit from connected devices while managing the risks. In this interactive session, IoT expert Bryce Austin will explore these topics and provide real world takeaways for insurance technology leaders. Visit: www.bryceaustin.com
The C-Level Evolution: Driving Business Strategy Through Innovation and Change Digital transformation, new technologies, and increased need for C-level engagement have forced CIOs and CTOs to evolve. They are multifaceted strategic leaders
finding their place in an evolving enterprise. This session provides fresh perspectives on how CIO and CTO roles are changing. Hear how insurers are formalizing their
strategic planning processes, using greenfield initiatives to forge new working relationships and synergies across the organization, and establishing greater transparency and accountability.