Last month, President Joe Biden met with executives from the tech, insurance, finance and critical infrastructure sectors to discuss America's cybersecurity challenges and the need for a public-private partnership to “raise the bar on cybersecurity."
Key private sector leaders attended the meeting, including Joshua Motta, CEO and co-founder of Coalition. In addition to participating in initiatives discussed during the meeting, Motta announced to President Biden that Coalition will make its cybersecurity risk assessment and continuous monitoring platform available for free to any organization.
“As the threats from ransomware and other cybercrimes accelerate, small and midsize businesses can't be left to fend for themselves," Motta said. “It takes a broad combination of accessible technology and aligned incentives to keep these companies safe."
Powered by the same data and technology that Coalition uses to model and underwrite their industry-leading portfolio, Coalition Control is available for free to any organization with an internet domain. This free service includes cyber risk assessments, risk summary and ranking, and automated scanning and monitoring.
More details are provided in the Coalition Control Overview. Combining ongoing scanning and monitoring along with best-in-class cybersecurity technologies enables Big “I" agents and their commercial clients to maintain a strong and resilient security posture, regardless of size or industry.
Coalition's cyber liability products can be quoted and bound through Big “I" Markets, the online market access system available exclusively to Big “I" members. Direct access to Coalition's underwriters and renowned cybersecurity experts is provided to Big “I" Markets registered agents via online chat throughout the sales and underwriting process.
Coalition is now admitted in many states, providing agents with a one-stop shop to place cyber liability coverage for small businesses as well as the most complex risks in the surplus arena. Limits up to $15 million are available to U.S. risks generating less than $1 billion in revenue or gross profit. Learn more at Big “I" Markets or schedule a call with Carla McGee, Big “I" cyber program manager.