QBE teams up with CyberCube

QBE Insurance is to roll out a range of products from cyber risk analytics firm CyberCube.

Australia-headquartered QBE is to use CyberCube’s Account Manager and Portfolio Manager platforms. In addition, the carrier will be using the CyberCube Academy, the firm’s training offering, and will have access to the provider's Concierge service.

Dave Gillmore, CyberCube’s head of global sales, said: “As one of the world's leading international re/insurers, QBE understands the growing significance of cyber risk. We are delighted QBE has selected CyberCube to partner with in order to further enhance its cyber capabilities.”

QBE has operations in 27 countries worldwide and offers a broad range of commercial, personal and specialty products and risk management solutions, including cyber and professional indemnity.

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