Trium Cyber Launches Excess Program Powered by Origami Risk

Trium Cyber can now accept submissions from agents and brokers and quickly generate multiple quote options for excess cyber coverage following a three-month implementation.

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Trium Cyber (Hartford), a Lloyd’s services company providing cyber insurance, risk management, and claims adjudication services announced it has launched an excess cyber program, completing the first phase of its implementation of Origami Risk’s (Chicago) multi-tenant SaaS P&C insurance core solution suite in three months.

Josh Ladeau, CEO, Trium Cyber.

Trium Cyber can now accept submissions from agents and brokers and quickly generate multiple quote options for excess cyber coverage, Origami reports. The vendor says its functionality streamlines the underwriting process, enabling Trium Cyber to elevate decision-making when necessary and to provide core functionality for policy bind, issuance, and billing. Furthermore, integrations with additional resources help facilitate certain business processes and tax compliance, Origami adds.

Trium Cyber’s multi-phased implementation of its primary and excess cyber lines with Origami, will include capabilities for streamlined claims handling. Besides delivering speed-to-value, the incremental approach gives Trium Cyber quality control functionality across its underwriting and claims operations.

Backed by Pelican Ventures (Coral Gables, Fla.), Trium Cyber began operations at the start of 2023 and will provide cyber insurance along with complementary risk management advisory services and real-time loss mitigation services to drive rapid claims decisions, favorable loss outcomes, and to support its growth.

Chris Bennett, President, Core Solutions, Origami Risk.

“We’re excited to roll out our excess cyber insurance program, which will respond to a groundswell of current market demand,” comments Josh Ladeau, CEO, Trium Cyber. “We’re also looking forward to the upcoming launch of our primary cyber program and claims capabilities as we continue to work with Origami’s team on the accelerated implementation of its core solution suite.”

Scalable Solution

“We’re pleased to work with Trium Cyber on the completion of the first phase of their implementation and look forward to continuing to build the functionality and automation to meet all of their objectives,” says Chris Bennett, president, Core Solutions at Origami Risk. “Our close collaboration with their team will result in a scalable solution that provides the tools and functionality that meets Trium Cyber’s needs now and well into the future as they expand their product set, build-out their distribution network, and grow their client base.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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