Integro unveils cyber risk practice for 'knowledge assets'Reprints
Integro Insurance Brokers on Thursday said it has launched a cyber risk practice aimed at protecting high-value information that differentiates a company competitively.
The cyber risk practice will focus on protecting those “knowledge assets,” which “go beyond the commonly accepted definition of data,” the New York based broker said in a statement. These assets include intellectual property, trade secrets, contact information and customer lists, Integro added.
The cyber risk practice also offers an assessment called Crown Jewels to provide solutions for cyber risks in business segments across all geographies, Integro said. Knowledge areas include network security, privacy liability and technology errors and omissions, the broker said.
“We understand cyber expertise is not always a core competency for those charged with managing risk, so Integro is able to step in and help,” Boston-based James Sheehan, cyber risk practice leader, said in the statement. “Our specialized Cyber Risk practice includes transactional knowledge, as well as access to third-party readiness and preventive services.”