Zurich reveals new partnership to expand cyber offering

Zurich | February 27, 2020

Zurich Insurance Group and cybersecurity company CYE have partnered on an offering to protect businesses against cybercrime. Zurich Cyber Security Services addresses cyber risks by helping businesses define and implement effective cyber risk management programs, the company said. The offering combines Zurich’s specialty cyber insurance and risk engineering with CYE’s artificial intelligence-based technology, services and expertise. “Cyber is a very challenging risk for businesses, as it is constantly evolving and highly complex,” said Sierra Signorelli, chief underwriting officer for commercial insurance at Zurich. “Our collaboration with CYE, a global leader in cybersecurity services, will give customers a state-of-the-art cyber solution that combines the benefits of insurance with a boost to their cyber defenses.”

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