Profile of Nathan GoliaSenior editor, Insurance & Technology
Member Since: 5/8/2014
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Nathan Golia is senior editor of Insurance & Technology. He joined the publication in 2010 as associate editor and covers all aspects of the nexus between insurance and information technology, including mobility, distribution, core systems, customer interaction, and risk management. He is a frequent speaker and moderator at live and online events held by both I&T and third parties. A veteran of the trade press, Nathan worked as a database marketing reporter and copy editor for Direct Marketing News, as well as an assistant editor for The Toy Book, before coming to I&T. He is a graduate of Buffalo State College and a proud Western New York native.
Articles by Nathan Golia
posted in May 2013
What once was a niche topic within certain insurance companies has blossomed to a growing industry, and everyone's got an opinion.
Laura Martinez takes over the position.
The NOAA predicts 13 to 20 named storms this hurricane season, while CoreLogic estimates $1.1 trillion in property at risk from storm surge.
The Munich Re unit has partnered with Atmospheric and Environmental Research to develop a technology that insurers and clients can use to assess blackout risk.
FirstBest surveyed insurers to discover exactly what insurance company employees want in enterprise mobile capabilities.
A survey of 2,000 insureds by Phoenix Marketing found that within that percentage, Facebook was the most popular social network for insured/insurer interaction.
The New York governor has sent letters to 31 insurance companies asking for information on their information security practices.
The normalization of e-commerce has led insurers to invest heavily in it. But will the product ever be right for the channel?
The carrier will work with Towers Watson and Oliver Wyman to study the behavior of its variable annuity customers.
The deadly twister in Moore, Okla., accounts for a majority of the loss potential, according to EQECAT.
The Netherlands-based life insurer has moved Brenda Clancy into a global role from her Americas-centric one.
The carrier has found that small business owners' demands for self-service are similar to those of personal auto customers.
The insurer has altered certain managers' roles within its global management structure.
Per AdAge, at least one insurance company has partnered with an electric toothbrush manufacturer to share brushing data.
The regional P&C insurer has released an app for iPhone and Android platforms.
James Routh has joined Aetna as chief information security officer responsible for the overall program around the health insurer's information assets.
Driverless cars are closer to reality than you think. Here are some impacts they might have on the insurance industry.
Insurance loss estimates have yet to be released for storms that hit a community southwest of Fort Worth last night.
Gary Shaw replaces Rebecca Amoroso, who is retiring.
At a time when the auto insurance industry is evaluating the potential impact of autonomous vehicles, there are actually "flying cars" being produced.
The insurance technology industry's spring conference season kicked off with this past week's 2013 ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Forum in Las Vegas. Based on the Insurance & Technology team’s conversations with exhibitors, speakers, analysts and other attendees, here are some of the themes we can expect to see emerge this year.
The Hartford CEO Liam McGee tells Fox Business that the company expects weather to "be more severe this year"
Insurer ACORD LOMA attendees agree on the best place to find dynamic, innovative ideas within the insurance organization.
Consumers want anytime, anywhere access to products including insurance, but don't want to waste space on their devices. Can insurers make the case?
The organization working to deliver a set of standards for agent password management across multiple carriers should have version 1.0 ready within "months," he says.
One vendor at ACORD LOMA says insurers should embrace the app model even though it can be difficult to encourage policyholder adoption.
Hearsay Social CTO Steve Garrity says creative insurers can develop strategies for different social networks.
The new headquarters for AXA Equitable's Life Operations is built around facilitating an innovative culture.
The Association of British Insurers tells its members that getting "explicit consent" from policyholders is a best practice when sharing telematics data outside core insurance practices.
Insurance & Technology reached out to attendees of the upcoming 2013 ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Forum, the first of this spring's trade shows, to find out what they will be on the lookout for in Las Vegas.
The insurer is using the Nuance platform for interactive voice response.
The Atlanta-based company provides e-commerce software to insurers.