Insurtech CyberCube, the Cyber Risk Modeling and Analytics Firm, Announces Key Updates

CyberCube, the cyber risk modeling and analytics business, has unveiled a new visual identity which CEO Pascal Milliare says reflects the firm’s “new set of even loftier aspirations”.

The new branding, called CyberCube 2.0, has been designed “to mark the company’s transition from a start-up in 2015 to an established business.”

CyberCube quantifies cyber risk for “over 100 clients in the global (re)insurance sector and has applications to assist with broader public and private sector cyber risk quantification needs.”

In a blog post to announce the change, Milliare said:

“In 2015, we had lofty ambitions to become the pre-eminent cyber risk analytics partner to the insurance industry as a start-up organization that was being incubated by a Fortune 500 company. Today, we are that respected market leader with an impressive global client list and a broad portfolio of award-winning cyber analytics offerings.”

The new branding’s most obvious change is the appearance of a bold new “C-Device” brand mark, which sits alongside what the business describes as “unfussy contemporary typography”.

Millaire added:

“We are raising our aspirations even further. Cyber has the potential to become one of the largest lines in P&C insurance and we intend to support that long-term growth. We are working with our clients to improve the resilience of organizations and society with our financial cyber analytics.”

CyberCube’s advanced analytics are reportedly “used by 75% of the top 40 US and European cyber insurance carriers and the majority of the top 20 global insurance brokers.”

As covered, CyberCube is the “provider of software-as-a-service cyber risk analytics to quantify cyber risk in financial terms.”

Driven by data and informed by insight, they have “harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to supplement our multi-disciplinary team.”

Their clients rely on our solutions to make informed decisions about “managing and transferring cyber risks.”

They unpack complex cyber threats “into clear, actionable strategies, translating cyber risk into financial impact on businesses, markets, and society as a whole.”

The CyberCube platform was established in 2015 “within Symantec and now operates as a standalone company.”

Their models are built on an ecosystem of data and validated “by extensive model calibration, internally and externally.”

CyberCube is the leader in cyber risk quantification “for the insurance industry, serving over 100 insurance institutions globally.”

The company’s investors reportedly “include Forgepoint Capital, HSCM Bermuda and Morgan Stanley Tactical Value.”

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