Involta, a data center, hybrid IT and cloud-forward consulting firm, announced a partnership with HacWare, an AI-driven cybersecurity awareness and training software-as-a-service product that combines threat intelligence with user behavior to help IT teams combat phishing attacks.
HacWare’s internal risk assessment provides real-time threat intelligence to show internal vulnerabilities. It learns from the intelligence to provide personalized phishing simulations and training. The phishing technology leverages behavioral psychology best practices to improve cyber posture.
Involta pairs strategic consulting with the ability to leverage owned data centers and infrastructure assets to help businesses with necessary security and reliability requirements.
TNEDICCA, a provider of traffic crash data and location risk analytics, and CARFAX, a provider of vehicle history data, agreed to an exclusive partnership to develop a new insurance risk score.
TNEDICCA has developed a proprietary crash database of more than 30 million crashes geocoded to the precise location of each crash, covering 94 percent of U.S. auto premium. By using the crash database to measure risk of nearby roadways and adjusting for proximity-based on CARFAX’s vehicle mileage data, the Enhanced Location Score is 50 percent more predictive than credit-based insurance scoring, according to a TNEDICCA press release.
The Enhanced Location Score is available for both commercial and personal insurance. The score is available through application programming interface at the time of quote and is filed with state regulators across the U.S.
CCC Intelligent Solutions, a software-as-a-service platform serving the property/casualty insurance industry, announced that AirPro Diagnostics will become the newest member of the CCC Diagnostics network.
Through an integration with AirPro, collision repair users of CCC Diagnostics will be able to capture and document AirPro scan and calibration information in their CCC ONE workfiles. The service with AirPro is expected to be available via CCC ONE in September.
The integration does not require a physical connection between the AirPro device and CCC ONE. Information is uploaded automatically, and the scan report is automatically attached to the vehicle’s CCC ONE workfile. Repair facilities using CCC Diagnostics select their preferred diagnostic providers from those available through CCC’s network, and providers send scan data directly to the CCC ONE workfile. For repair facilities using CCC Repair Workflow, CCC Diagnostics will digitally capture invoices from scanning and calibration requests.
CCC Diagnostics enables CCC repair facility customers to view the results of pre-repair, in-process and post-repair diagnostic scans from their selected solution providers directly in CCC ONE. Repairers using the solution can share the results of vehicle scans with consumers to explain the necessary repairs, as well as with insurers using CCC ONE, by providing a verifiable record of the scan completed by the repairer. The CCC Diagnostics interface is available to OEM scan tool providers, aftermarket providers, and telematics-based diagnostics solutions.
Sources: Involta, TNEDICCA, CCC Intelligent Solutions