A recent wave of unique thefts involving property locked inside automobiles has law enforcement perplexed. Some thieves are using an as yet undetermined hi-tech device to hack into a car’s computer system and then unlock the doors without activating the car’s alarm.

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About Steve Haase

Steve Haase, president of INSUREtrust, has 25 years of experience in risk management and insurance and B.A. and M.S. degrees in risk management and insurance from Georgia State University. He also holds CPCU and ARM designations. He is a frequent speaker at industry events on e-business risk management. In 1997 he launched the first insurance product focused on “breach of security” exposures for companies doing business over the Internet. This initiative eventually became INSUREtrust LLC, a leading cyber liability wholesaler in Norcross, Ga.