CFC acquires Solis Security

Specialist insurance provider, CFC has acquired Texas-based cyber incident response provider, Solis Security. CFC has one of the largest cyber underwriting teams in the world, with one of the largest in-house cyber claims and incident response teams, and has handled nearly 1,500 cyber claims this year alone.

“By joining forces with Solis, we’re able to greatly expand our market-leading cyber incident response service, providing customers with even faster resolution to their cyber events, greatly reducing their business downtime and costs,” said CEO of CFC, David Walsh. “Having worked closely with Solis over the years, we know they have one of the most technically skilled and experienced incident response teams in the market, and we’re eager to bring them on board.”

“CFC is a cyber insurance provider that truly understands the challenges [its] clients face when it comes to managing and recovering from a cyber attack,” said CEO of Solis Security, Terry Oehring. “We’re excited to join the CFC team in offering cutting-edge cyber incident response services to our clients around the world.”

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