CNA is rolling out a proactive program of cyber risk services in Canada designed to help companies take a holistic approach to cyber threats. Duck Creek Technologies and Capgemini are working with the UK’s RSA Group to deliver self-service insurance channels to the insurer’s personal lines customers and partners.
CNA is rolling out in Canada a proactive program of cyber risk services designed to help companies take a holistic approach to cyber threats. The goal – to help CNA cyber policyholders in threat identification, mitigation and response.
The CNA CyberPrep program is based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework and is rooted in strong relationships with highly-regarded cybersecurity professionals. These relationships provide companies access to essential risk control information and service providers to mitigate exposures — at every stage of a cyber incident, CNA said.
CNA CyberPrep is available to CNA cyber policyholders, providing them with access to a network of cybersecurity professionals and services to actively identify, mitigate and respond to their cyber risks. The Program is also designed to help companies understand their unique posture and then invest and plan accordingly.
Duck Creek Technologies and Capgemini are working with the UK’s RSA Group to deliver self-service insurance channels to the insurer’s persona lines customers and partners.
Duck Creek is supplying the technology and Capgemini is designing and implementing the new channels.
The new self-service platform is dubbed the Unity Program, and it’s designed to deliver flexible policies, where customers can tailor their level of coverage and pay for what they need.
Capgemini partners with companies to help them transform and manage their business by harnessing the power of technology. RSA is a multinational insurance group. Duck Creek Technologies produces software that helps insurance carriers deploy and manage their products and services.
Sources: CNA, Duck Creek/Capgemini/RSA