Ethos Broking strengthens cyber insurance capabilities through strategic partnership with KYND


Ethos Broking, a UK-based network of community brokers under the Ardonagh Group, has partnered with KYND, the next-generation provider of cyber risk management technology.

The collaboration promises to optimise cyber insurance brokerages’ responsiveness to the dynamic marketplace and bolster client acquisition and retention.

KYND is committed to making complex cyber risks easy to understand and manage. The company’s cutting-edge technology provides simplified assessment, understanding and management of cyber risks. KYND has crafted bespoke InsurTech products to suit businesses of all sizes and industries worldwide.

The partnership arises from a market demand for more innovative, efficient and successful approaches to cyber insurance. With the aid of KYND START reports, Ethos Broking’s Partners will have instant access to cyber risk intelligence along with bespoke, prioritised recommendations. This will empower their teams to foster a cyber risk dialogue with prospective clients, facilitating smooth entry into the cyber insurance market while enhancing client relationships.

Detailing the partnership, KYND CEO and Founder Andy Thomas expressed excitement at welcoming Ethos Broking as the newest business partner. He emphasised the importance of understanding the rapidly evolving cyber risk landscape for navigating shifting market conditions and a high-threat digital environment.

Ethos Broking is part of the larger Ardonagh Group, a network of community brokers based in the UK. Its partnership with KYND, experts in cyber risk management, strengthens its ability to provide the best solutions to its teams and clients in alignment with business, industry and market needs. This collaboration also boosts Ethos Broking’s customer retention and revenue growth, supporting the sustainable advancement of the cyber insurance market.

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