TrueNorth partners with CyberCube

TrueNorth Companies is rolling out CyberCube’s Broking Manager, the cyber risks analytics platform for insurance intermediaries.

Broking Manager is the first software-as-a-service application from CyberCube specifically designed for the insurance broking community, to support informed decision making on coverages and limits.

Nate Brink, CyberCube's broking segment leader, said: “We’re excited to partner with TrueNorth to help the company’s clients better manage their cyber risk. Insurance brokers need the right information in their hands as quickly as possible and in a manner that is simplified and ready for conversations with clients and prospects. That’s precisely what CyberCube’s products do.

“By partnering with us at CyberCube, we’ll help enhance TrueNorth's sales and client servicing efforts. We will provide the company with a combination of a market-leading cyber risk modeling tool in the shape of Broking Manager, cyber risk training and access to our education platform, CyberCube Academy. These tools will allow TrueNorth’s team to efficiently communicate cyber risk to its clients.”

Matt Evans, principal practice leader of TrueNorth, added: “We’re acutely aware of the emerging risks facing the business community as technology advances and data utilisation expands. We aim to provide our clients with the most pertinent information on their cyber vulnerabilities, along with tools and resources that strengthen their cyber resiliency and provide confidence in insurance placements. We believe CyberCube’s Broking Manager will help us achieve that aim, evolving our capabilities to better support our clients.”

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