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Willis Towers Watson P.L.C. on Thursday said it will collaborate with International Business Machines Corp. to integrate the computer giant’s cyber security features with its own offerings.
IBM Security’s range of services — from security testing and technical assessments to incident response and cyber resiliency services — “will provide clients a more integrated and holistic view of their cyber risk, enabling an effective risk transfer and overall capital allocation strategy,” the brokerage said in a statement.
The collaboration with Armonk, New York-based IBM strengthens the suite of Willis Towers Watson’s cyber-related solutions, according to the statement.
“Recent cyber attacks are a constant reminder of why companies need a proactive strategy,” Anthony Dagostino, Willis Towers Watson’s global head of cyber risk, said in the statement. “We are excited to partner with IBM to better address the technological risks our clients face across the globe.”
“The array of solutions provided by Willis Towers Watson are a perfect complement to IBM Security’s comprehensive approach and solutions in the market,” Chris Esemplare, IBM’s general manager and vice president for global security services, said in the statement.
The collaboration follows on the heels of similar arrangements between Aon P.L.C. and Hewlett-Packard Co.; and Cisco Systems Inc., Apple Inc., Aon P.L.C. and Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty S.E., part of Allianz Group.
(Reuters) — Insurer American International Group Inc. has partnered with International Business Machines Corp. to develop a "smart" insurance policy that uses blockchain to manage complex international coverage, the companies said on Wednesday.