Clearcover Insurance Company, a next generation car insurance carrier, announced the launch of Car Care, a product that provides additional value through a “digital garage” that includes benefits like lowering the cost of vehicle maintenance.

Customers in select states can now access discounts up to 40% at more than 23,000 auto maintenance shops nationwide. Policyholders can also connect with expert mechanics for real-time advice, receive maintenance reminders and book appointments for services including tire and oil changes and brake replacements.

Car Care is now available to eligible Clearcover customers in Arizona, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Utah with plans to expand geographically throughout 2022. It also offers a new customer benefit called Clearcover Advantage, which is available via the Clearcover app at no extra cost.


Beazley announced that it has extended its Safeguard product, which helps businesses minimize the risk of sexual abuse within their organizations, to the Australian market.

Beazley Safeguard is designed to help clients reduce the risk of abuse within their organization, but also to respond effectively if an incident does occur. Alongside insurance coverage, it provides prevention and crisis response services.

The Safeguard Australia product is suitable for the education, not for profit, transportation, healthcare, religious institution and leisure sectors among others, and is available throughout Australia. It can be accessed via Beazley’s London market platform.


Armis, a unified asset visibility and security platform, announced its critical infrastructure protection program to help organizations supplying systemically important entities such as energy, water, marine ports and wastewater to pinpoint and fortify assets in need of urgent security improvements.

Under this new program, critical infrastructure providers in the U.S. and NATO-aligned countries will have complimentary access to Armis for three months.

The program is complementary to Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, or CISA, guidance which has been provided through the SHIELDS UP initiative to help organizations prepare for, respond to and mitigate the impact of cyber attacks.

In conjunction with the introduction of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, Armis is partnering with Kroll, a provider of data, technology and insights related to risk, governance and growth. Kroll’s frontline threat intelligence, generated from responding to more than 3,200 incidents every year, will be merged with Armis’ OT and ICS telemetry to enable clients to build cyber resilience and respond in the event of an incident. Organizations will be able to sign up for the program through June 17, 2022.

Sources: Clearcover, Beazley, Armis

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