SecurityScorecard and Marsh McLennan Collaborate to Elevate Cybersecurity in Challenging Risk Landscape

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SecurityScorecard and Marsh McLennan Collaborate to Elevate Cybersecurity in Challenging Risk Landscape-01

SecurityScorecard, the global leader in cybersecurity ratings, today announced a collaboration with Marsh McLennan, the world’s leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, to enable organizations around the world to improve their cyber resilience.

As part of the collaboration, Marsh McLennan’s Cyber Risk Analytics Center will leverage SecurityScorecard’s data and analytics to gain real-time cyber risk insights and define risk mitigation strategies for the Company’s global client base. The companies will also collaborate on joint research aimed at increasing awareness of cyber risk and educating the market on risk management strategies.

“We are excited to work with Marsh McLennan, which understands that to stay competitive, you must stay innovative,” said Prashant Pai, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Strategic Initiatives at SecurityScorecard. “Given how fast the cyber risk landscape evolves, it’s essential that business leaders have access to the most up-to-date and complete view of a client’s cybersecurity posture.”

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“Cyber risk evolves minute-to-minute, making it challenging to build data-driven risk management strategies,” said Scott Stransky, Managing Director, Marsh McLennan Cyber Risk Analytics Center. “SecurityScorecard’s data and analytics are a valuable addition to our proprietary insights, furthering our ability to help our clients stay on top of emerging vulnerabilities and threats that may impact their businesses.”

SecurityScorecard continuously monitors millions of entities worldwide and non-intrusively assesses their security posture across 10 risk categories including DNS health, IP reputation, web application security, network security, leaked information, hacker chatter, endpoint security and patching cadence.

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