Dynetics, a provider of technology products, and the Washington, D.C. operations of Lockton Companies, have formed an alliance to provide Lockton clients direct access to QuickLook, an executive-level cyber risk assessment service.
Part of Dynetics’ Cyber RiskScope portfolio of cyber risk management offerings, QuickLook is immediately available to Lockton clients in the U.S. and abroad to better understand and manage cyber risk.
QuickLook risk assessment services provides organizations with an initial analysis of potential business impacts resulting from cyber attacks, along with a cyber threat assessment based on relevant industry intelligence. QuickLook delivers an expert assessment incorporating the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and an executive-level report with intuitive graphics and observations and recommendations.
“We’ve developed Cyber RiskScope to help businesses answer today’s big cyber questions,” said Jonathan Whitcomb, Dynetics vice president of Enterprise Solutions. “What’s the impact of a cyber threat? What are my most likely threats? How much cybersecurity is enough for my enterprise? Working with Lockton clients, we can make it easy to answer these business-critical questions.”
Ben Beeson, Cybersecurity Practice leader for Lockton in Washington, D.C., said the Dynetics partnership will provide boards of directors and senior executives with products to manage cyber risk across the enterprise.
Dynetics provides engineering, scientific, and IT products to the national security, cybersecurity, satellite, launch, automotive, and critical infrastructure sectors. The company is based in Huntsville, Ala., and has offices throughout the U.S.