Howden extends cyber partnership with Kynd

Howden Broking has extended its partnership with cyber risk management provider, Kynd, to include its Kynd Signals and Kynd Ready tools.

Andy Thomas, Kynd CEO, said: “At KYND, we value the strong relationships we build with our clients so that together we can work towards a shared mission of protecting businesses from cyber risks, enabling them to grow confidently. Howden is on a mission to refine every part the cyber insurance value chain and deliver outstanding service for their clients, so we are obviously delighted Howden see our growing range of products as an important part of that process.”

David Rees, executive director of Howden, added: “I’m really pleased to continue working with Kynd. With the sharp emergence of new risks and the evolution of known risks, particularly in the last few years, it’s key we drive innovation, harnessing the benefit of powerful technology to cater for new needs and effectively support our market’s growth. Our growing relationship with Kynd enables us to do just that and provides a fantastic opportunity to make data-driven, advanced decisions for our clients in the least amount of time.”

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