Ted Stuckey, SVP, Managing Director of QBE Ventures, talks with about three recent acquisitions supporting “Brilliant Basics,” and how they fit into QBE’s broader strategy.
JTL Re reports that it will combine CyberCube with its existing cyber and enterprise modeling tools to provide unique insights to help clients manage and measure cyber risk and exposure.
Previously awarded a patent for its mechanical strain-based weather sensor, Understory reports that this secondary patent significantly lowers the costs of creating resilient weather sensors.
The specialist 35-plus strong team is tasked with accelerating the development of solutions that bridge the insurance and automotive manufacturing industries.
The U.K.-based organization selected the vendor based on its reputation, commitment to and focus on insurance claims fraud detection, and the company’s expertise in data management.
The companies will be work together on a number of advanced placement platform extensions modeling the transaction types most commonly used by brokers to shard high-value risk.
The U.S. sales effort will be spearheaded by Bradley Stoub from Shift’s Boston office, and Dan Donovan, will serve as global head of product marketing.
Underwriters currently lack the insight into ongoing activity in the cyber threat landscape, needed to easily assess an opportunity and evaluate identified gaps between their offered coverage and the organization’s security resilience.
Verisk will work directly with systems integrators, implementation and system maintenance companies, regulatory consultants, and others who interact with its customers.
The annual event, part of the company’s broader innovation program, unites MetLife’s leaders with startups and VC partners to explore how disruptive technologies can be applied at MetLife.