Linda Jancik

Linda is AAIS’s Personal Lines Product Manager, responsible for product development, deployment and management for AAIS’s Personal Lines suite, including Dwelling Properties, Cyber, Flood, Florida Homeowners By-Peril and Homeowners coverages. Linda has more than 30 years of Personal Lines experience in Underwriting, Product Management, Sales and Business Operations, as well as Communications. Linda has a Bachelors degree from Utah State University.
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Crypto, Solar, Tiny Homes Among Emerging Personal Lines Issues

Mar 7, 2022 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Technology, Issues & Trends, Homeowners, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Insurance Line of Business, cryptocurrency, Airbnb, tiny homes, solar panels, bikes

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Personal lines insurance is more diverse than ever before. During a recent Personal Lines Product Council, hosted by AAIS, Member carriers and other key stakeholders discussed several key issues affecting the market, from cryptocurrency and solar panels to container homes, “swimply”, and e-biker and scooters.

AAIS established Product Advisory Councils to bring Member carriers and other industry stakeholders together to identify the burgeoning issues concerning insurers and the broader insurance industry today. While not all issues raised can be solved through product or program developments, we believe discussing emerging issues as well as working together within the AAIS Community can spawn new ideas and usher resources to meet today’s challenges. A general overview of several emerging issues is discussed below.

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Ransomware – The Other Epidemic

Jan 13, 2022 / by Linda Jancik posted in Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Tech News, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech, Insurance Line of Business, cyber risk, cyber insurnace, ransomware

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Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid and can target both individuals and businesses. The U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform shared that “in 2020, ransomware attacks on both public and private institutions in the U.S cost an estimated $19.5 billion. … in the first six months of 2021, financial institutions reported $590 million in ransomware-related transactions. Current trends indicate that ransomware transactions in 2021 alone will exceed the previous 10 years combined.”

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Cyber, Fire, Flood…The Triple Threat Facing Homeowners

Nov 23, 2021 / by Linda Jancik posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurance News/Current Events, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, Fire, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Insurance Line of Business, flood

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Severe weather, especially wildfire and flood, is increasing across the United States. This is exacerbated by climate change with no reduction in sight. At the same time, cyber criminals, not limited by geography, can invade our homes and businesses from anywhere in the world. Insurers facing this triple threat to homeowners are keenly aware of the trends:

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Emerging Cyber Exposures

Jun 29, 2020 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, Underwriting, Berkley Re, AAIS Views, AAIS Family Cyber Protection Program

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As today’s families fall asleep at night, they rest assured that they are protected from home perils. When thinking about keeping our homes safe, many think of the standard home perils: fire, floods, and burglary. However, as we delve further into the age of technology, many people forget that their homes are susceptible to more than physical perils. Danger can lurk within their phones, computers, and other IoT devices.

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Safe at Home, Safe Online: Smart Homes, Sensors, and IoT

Jun 15, 2020 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Technology, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Telematics, Cyber, P&C Insurers, Security, Data Management, 2020 VME, AAIS Views, NatCats, CFM Insurance, Roost, Neos

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Advancements in technology have brought great strength to home security systems, transforming what we once considered an average house into a modern smart home.

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Home Smart Home: Advances in Home Technology

Sep 19, 2019 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, Underwriting

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Our houses are more than buildings; with the advances in smart home technology, they’re becoming technology centers, all focused on keeping us healthy, safe and protected. It’s an exciting advancement in the personal lines industry – but where should insurers focus their efforts, and how can they keep up with the rapid changes in home technology?

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