- Business insurance platform Embroker has announced strategic partnerships with Dashlane and Cowbell.
- The partnerships are designed to help the company improve customer security and enhance liability coverage.
- Dashlane is a password management provider. The company won Best of Show at FinovateFall in 2012. Cowbell is a cyber insurance provider for SMEs.
Embroker is taking two giant steps toward enhancing security and liability coverage on its business insurance platform. The San Francisco-based company has forged strategic partnerships with password management provider Dashlane and cyber insurance provider for SMEs Cowbell.
“Through Cowbell and Dashlane, we are not only able to support our customers in the event of a cyber breach, but also help them avoid one altogether,” Embroker Chief Insurance Officer David Derigiotis said. “It is services like these that are shaping the next generation of insurance, making getting coverage easier and actively beneficial to those who hold policies with us.”
Courtesy of the partnership, Embroker policyholders will be able to access Dashlane’s enterprise password management technology. Dashlane’s solution leverages zero-knowledge encryption, which stores passwords and other sensitive data in vaults that are private – even to Dashlane. The company also offers dark web monitoring to alert Embroker customers when their information may have been exposed. Dashlane CEO John Bennett called the partnership “a natural pair” due to the potential impact of breaches on policy premiums. “By aligning with a partner like Embroker, we’re helping to create safer business environments from start to finish for the startup community, holistically protecting businesses from the increasing cyber threats they face,” Bennett said.
Embroker’s partnership with Cowbell will combine the company’s Cyber Liability Product with Embroker’s own LPL solution via API. The addition gives Embroker customers broader options when it comes to bespoke coverage. Embroker announced that the combination with Cowbell has completed the company’s law bundle offering.
Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York, Dashlane made its Finovate debut in 2012. At the conference, the company won Best of Show for its technology that enables instant checkouts and universal logins while maintaining privacy and security. In the years since, Dashlane has grown into a credential management leader that has secured more than 2.5 billion credentials and safeguarded passwords and passkeys for more than 20,000+ companies.
Dashlane’s John Bennett joined the company as CEO in February of this year. In April, the company became a board member of the FIDO Alliance. The following month, Dashlane announced a partnership with Network Communications Industries (NCI) to provide password management support to companies in Australia and New Zealand.