‘Dematerialized’ Insurance, Distance selling and Cyber Risks

“The ‘Dematerialized’ Insurance”, Distance selling and Cyber Risks from an International Perspective”

“The ‘Dematerialized’ Insurance”, Distance selling and Cyber Risks from an International Perspective”, by Professors P. Marano, I. Rokas and P. Kochenburger – Editors, has recently been published by Springer International Publishing.

The book examines the online sale of insurance and the way it challenges the insurance regulation and the insurance contract, with a focus on insurance sales, consumer protection, cyber risks and privacy, as well as dispute resolution. Today insurers, policyholders, intermediaries and regulators interact in an increasingly online world with profound implications for what has up to now been a traditionally operating industry.

The matters examined in the book are considered as the most critical, current concerns of the international insurance market.

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