CyberCube enters Europe by opening a software product development center in Tallinn
"Our new site in Tallinn recognizes the unique position of Estonia as a vibrant technology and cyber security hub. CyberCube aspires to be an employer of choice for top technology talent in Estonia as we execute on our mission to deliver the world's leading cyber risk analytics," CyberCube CEO Pascal MILLAIRE said in a press release.
Currently, CyberCube is actively hiring Estonian resident software engineering professionals for 10 opened positions in Tallinn.
Previously this year CyberCube announced that Munich Re has selected its cyber insurance analytics platform to support state-of-the-art quantification, modelling and control cyber accumulation risk. Munich Re is the market leader in the swiftly growing cyber (re)insurance market and offers both insurance and reinsurance under one roof. "Our industry-leading cyber risk-modeling platform is powered by several best-in-class data sources and Symantec's leading threat intelligence. We are pleased to use these capabilities to support a leader in the reinsurance market," Pascal MILLAIRE stated at that time. CyberCube has closed similar partnerships with CNA, one of the largest U.S. commercial property and casualty insurance companies, Guy Carpenter, the global provider of reinsurance broking and consultancy etc.
CyberCube delivers the world's leading cyber risk analytics for the insurance industry. With best-in-class data access and advanced multidisciplinary analytics, the company's Software as a Service platform helps insurance companies make better decisions when underwriting cyber risk and managing cyber risk aggregation. CyberCube's enterprise intelligence layer provides insights on millions of companies globally and includes modelling on over one thousand single points of technology failure.
The CyberCube platform was established in 2015 within Symantec, the global leader in cybersecurity, and now operates as a standalone company exclusively focused on the insurance industry, with continued access to Symantec data and resources and backing from ForgePoint Capital.