British insurance company Aon has joined forces with Cybereason to help clients remain safe in the wake of increased cyber-attacks.
The partnership is aimed at enabling clients to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats using a combination of services and solutions.
Under the partnership, Aon’s cyber solutions will work in conjunction with the Cybereason Defence Platform.
The partnership seeks to prevent cyber risks from materialising into consequential breaches and manage the impact of cyber-attacks.
Aon vice president cyber security EMEA Kraig Rutland said: “As a trusted advisor, we strongly believe in providing organisations with the critical insights they need to make better-informed, risk-based decisions relating to cyber security, especially during an incident or potential breach.
“We want to help our clients remain resilient when preparing for evolving threats such as ransomware in today’s dynamic threat landscape.”
Aon’s cyber solutions offer cyber security, risk and insurance management, investigative skills, and proprietary technologies.
Cybereason on the other hand offers early attack detection and response capabilities.
Cybereason vice president of EMEA partnerships Tristian Elder said: “Clients are making critical business decisions daily and rely on Aon’s cyber solutions for insights that align security, risk and insurance.
“Their Security Advisory services assist in enhancing existing cyber security strategies, the development of security and threat management capabilities, as well as incident response plans, which we then deliver through our advanced EDR capabilities.”
Last month, At-Bay teamed up with technology firm Microsoft to bolster the cyber security positioning of their small and medium business (SMB) customers.