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BIG Cyber Partners with Maxxsure

BIG Cyber Partners with Maxxsure

BIG Cyber, a BMM Innovation Group company dedicated to providing robust cybersecurity solutions, announced a partnership with Maxxsure, in a strategic move to elevate its portfolio of cybersecurity services and solutions. Maxxsure is a leading authority in risk assessment and cybersecurity solutions known for the M-Score, the most accurate cyber-risk rating in the market.

This collaboration, which allows BIG Cyber to offer Maxxsure’s solutions and services exclusively to the global gaming market, marks a significant milestone for both companies as they join forces to deliver unparalleled cybersecurity protection.

“We are thrilled to partner with Maxxsure, a company renowned for its innovative approach to risk assessment and cybersecurity,” said BIG Cyber Chief Executive Officer Amit Sharma. “This partnership enhances our capabilities, allowing us to deliver even more robust and tailored solutions to our clients.”

The highlight of this collaboration is the integration of Maxxsure’s M-Score service into BIG Cyber’s catalog of cybersecurity offerings. This innovative service identifies an organization’s current and potential cyber-risks, evaluates their preparedness and resiliency against a cyber-event, and estimates potential financial loss. M-Score provides decision-makers with a quantifiable metric, offering invaluable insights to enhance cybersecurity strategies, fortify digital defenses, and secure cybersecurity insurance.

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