Tokio Marine picks first cybersecurity partner in the Asia-Pacific region
Horangi has announced its partnership with Tokio Marine (Asia) , making Horangi its first cybersecurity partner in the Asia-Pacific region. This partnership will involve Horangi providing a suite of cybersecurity services to TMiS’ clients in Singapore.
TMiS’ partnership with Horangi will provide Tokio Marine with local insight and expert advice unique to cybersecurity trends around Asia-Pacific. Corporates who purchase TMiS’ cybersecurity insurance policy, will be offered services provided by Horangi, including potential rebates, to improve their Cybersecurity posture.
Horangi is a Singapore-based cybersecurity startup founded in 2016 by former Palantir cybersecurity experts Paul Hadjy and Lee Sult. Its cloud security product – Warden – helps organizations using Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure to configure their infrastructure according to globally recognized compliance standards, enabling these organizations to protect themselves against policy violations and related penalties of regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As part of the partnership, Horangi will be providing services including Penetration Testing, Network Vulnerability Assessment, Cyber Security Assessment and vCISO – or “virtual” Chief Information Security Officer – services used by many of the unicorns in Asia including GoJek, Bukalapak and Ninja Van.
“Horangi is honored to be working with Tokio Marine to provide cybersecurity services to its clients. As companies become more reliant on technology and online data, they become natural targets of cyberattacks. With the increasing number of cyber incidents around the region, we want to ensure that businesses are protected against potential cyber threats. We see our partnership coming at a time where these cyber incidents are becoming sophisticated, and we want to help mitigate any cyberattacks, ensuring the digital safety of our clients.” – Horangi CEO and Co-Founder Paul Hadjy.