TechAssure partners with CyberCube

TechAssure is partnering with CyberCube to roll out its Broking Manager product to the network’s members worldwide.

Broking Manager is CyberCube’s first SaaS tool designed specifically to help insurance brokers examine financial exposures, and ultimately to help them make informed decisions on coverages and limits. The platform also produces reports that can be used to educate prospects and clients on potential sources of loss, recent and relevant cyber events, and peer-to-peer benchmarking.

Pascal Millaire, CEO for CyberCube, said: “As trusted advisers to technology businesses all around the world, TechAssure’s member firms are only too aware of the rapidly changing nature of cyber risk. That makes it particularly pleasing that they’ve chosen to partner with us. This is a real vote of confidence in CyberCube’s products and the insights they generate.”

TechAssure executive director Garrett Droege added: “TechAssure is very excited about part-nering with CyberCube to add value to our members through analytics. By using a state-of-the-art software product, TechAssure members will be able to deliver best-in-class guidance on cyber risks for their clients in the innovation ecosystem. As leaders in the technology risk space for over 20 years, TechAssure sees CyberCube’s Broking Manager as one of the leading analytics platforms available for cyber risk management.”

Formed in 2000, TechAssure is a North Carolina-based not-for-profit with 30 retail brokerages servicing over 5,000 technology and life science clients globally.

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