Chubb has partnered with cybersecurity company NetSPI to provide advanced attack surface management and penetration testing solutions.
Through this partnership, policyholders in Canada and the US gain access to NetSPI’s array of proactive solutions, including Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS), Attack Surface Management (ASM), and its penetration testing services.
NetSPI’s solutions are flexible and can cater to businesses of any size across various sectors, according to a news release from Chubb.
“This collaboration with NetSPI provides clients with peace of mind, enabling them to identify vulnerabilities, security issues, and exposure to risk before it escalates into a claim,” said Craig Guiliano, vice president of cybersecurity threat intelligence. “This value-added solution is part of Chubb's efforts to proactively identify cyber exposures that are difficult to detect using common scanning tools and to strengthen our policyholders' security posture more broadly.”
“We're thrilled to empower Chubb clients to proactively confront cyber threats,” added NetSPI president and CEO Aaron Shilts. “Too often, we see companies forced to react after incurring losses from cyberattacks that can severely impact their finances and reputation. Chubb understands the value of ensuring clients enhance their security apparatus and minimize their susceptibility to risk.”
Chubb’s latest partnership extends additional benefits to select clients, offering free access to NetSPI’s ASM platform. This platform continuously evaluates client attack surfaces for vulnerabilities to minimize the impact of potential cyber incidents.
These new offerings expand the cyber insurance coverage that Chubb has provided for over 20 years. The Chubb Cyber Insurance aims to deliver enhanced value to policyholders, particularly in a landscape where organizations grapple with defending against data breaches and reputational risks following cyber incidents.
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