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Resilience Doubles Cyber Insurance Limits to $20 Million Through Partnership with Lloyd’s Insurance Facility

Syndicate Agreement Expands and Complements Existing US offering

by Whitney Glockner Black , VP, Communications

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, July 1, 2024 Resilience, the leading cyber risk solution company, has doubled the cyber insurance limits it can offer to clients in the US to $20 million per client. This announcement follows the launch of new features and capabilities that enable enterprises to continuously manage the mitigation and transfer of cyber risk. The agreement to expand Resilience’s limit capability was brokered by Lockton Re and utilizes Resilience’s existing coverholder partnership with Lloyd’s (AM Best: A). 

 Resilience previously offered $10 million in limits, on a primary or excess basis in the US, with an A+ AM Best-rated partner. The additional $10 million in excess limits supported by underwriters at Lloyd’s, can be deployed in sequential or ventilated layers above Resilience’s existing $10 million limit capability, up to $20 million in total.

 “Our ability to offer up to $20 million in limits, along with Resilience’s industry-leading integrated cybersecurity and cyber risk solutions, will help our clients and broker partners build insurance towers efficiently, while also increasing the ability to deliver much-needed loss prevention solutions to clients,” said Mario Vitale, president of Resilience. “Resilience’s leadership in the cyber insurance sector stems from our unique combination of a financially proven AI platform and our model for continuously engaging with clients to manage their risk. We are delighted to continue our existing limits and complement our coverage with additional capacity from Lloyd’s to help our clients become more cyber resilient.”

 “Together with our broker partners, Resilience drives better outcomes for our clients to help them become resilient to material losses – reflected in that 96% of our Edge clients avoided any claim with incurred costs in 2023,” said CJ Pruzinsky, global head of underwriting for Resilience. “With this new partnership, we can provide twice the coverage to our clients and expand the footprint of companies that can benefit from our unique approach to assessing, mitigating, and transferring risk.” 

 With the additional limits for cyber insurance, and new coverage for technology errors and omissions (E&O) liability, for US organizations with up to $10 billion in revenue, Resilience offers broad capabilities to help large enterprises manage complex cyber risks.

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