Hanover Stone Partners, a risk management services firm, and UnitedLex, a business advisory company, have collaborated on cyber-security, legal services and other risk management options for businesses and other commercial entities.
UnitedLex works with clients on their cyber-related risks through a multi-disciplinary team of security analysts, incident responders, and legal and compliance experts to prioritize risk, expand threat detection, and optimize response, while ensuring executive alignment. Its cyber risk services are structured around risk assessment and strategy development, managed security services, incident response and forensics, and a process of continuous refinement.
John J. Kelly, founder and CEO, Hanover Stone Partners, said the partnership will help clients understand and manage increasingly complex exposures related to the internet and technology.
“Today, although there’s no silver bullet for managing cyber-related exposures, enterprise approaches are a recognized best practice,” said Doug Goodall, vice president, UnitedLex. “Addressing cyber-related risks requires a combination of skills and disciplines that may vary depending upon type of organization, its business model, technology infrastructure and other factors.”
The partnership, Goodall said, gives the mutual clients of the two companies a variety of risk management options to address their enterprise-wide cyber-related exposures.
Hanover Stone Partners is a network of risk management advisors and specialized risk management services firms. The firm assembles multi-disciplinary, cross-industry teams that work to help clients identify, analyze, manage and finance enterprise risks. Hanover Stone Partners works with nearly 50 senior risk advisors and 30 partner firms, including UnitedLex, located throughout the U.S.
UnitedLex is a global provider of technology-powered services that delivers legal and cyber risk strategies and options.
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