The Security First mobile app wins best of show award in insurance marketing

Hurricane headed your way? We have an app for that. Security First Mobile is not just another app to manage a homeowners’ insurance policy – this award-winning app can do much more. Created for policyholders and non-policyholders alike, Security First Mobile combines storm tracking and weather technology with advanced location plotting and emergency resources to keep Floridian families safe in the face of a storm. Security First Mobile also features resources specific to policyholders like managing their policy, filing claims, and making payments. Originally developed in 2009, Security First Mobile was the absolute first homeowners insurance app on the market and has been completely redesigned and improved since then.

Available on iTunes and Google Play, download the app yourself and see what all the hype is about

About the Insurance Marketing & Communications Association
Founded in 1923, IMCA is dedicated to delivering leading-edge marketing and communication techniques that help to maximize business outcomes of its members. The IMCA Showcase Awards program was created to recognize the most effective and innovative work from the best minds in insurance marketing and communications. Now in its 58th year, the awards have been recognizing outstanding marketing and communications work in the insurance industry and promoting higher standards of excellence.

About Security First Insurance
As a Florida homeowner’s insurance company, Security First Insurance provides homeowners, renters, condo unit owners, and dwelling fire insurance to over 300,000 customers located throughout Florida. The company is nationally recognized for developing award-winning innovative technology designed to improve the customer experience and streamline catastrophe response. Security First Insurance has been assigned a Financial Stability Rating® (FSR) of A, Exceptional, from Demotech, Inc. and is strongly committed to improving Florida’s homeowners insurance market and supporting initiatives that protect residents and communities of the Sunshine State. For more information, visit