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CyberScout Elite Brings Commercial Cyber Coverage to High Net Worth Households

Offering combines concierge service with a suite of commercial quality protective services and the convenience of a mobile app.

Providence, RI, and Scottsdale, AZ — Today CyberScout announced CyberScout Elite, the first cyber security service specifically designed to meet the security needs of high net worth households, combining concierge service with a suite of commercial quality protective services and the convenience of a mobile app.  Available through insurance companies, financial advisers, and family offices, CyberScout Elite protects the privacy, assets, and identities of high net worth individuals.

With their complex lifestyles and assets, high net worth households need a sophisticated approach to cybersecurity, similar to the coverage available to businesses. CyberScout Elite provides comprehensive protective services that anticipate risks while addressing identity theft and related threats.

Provided in partnership with insurance providers, financial advisers and family offices, this first-of-its-kind coverage includes:

· A mobile app for Android phones and iPhones which alerts to potential identity theft and risk while on-the-go.

· One-touch calling to CyberScout’s award-winning team of highly trained and experienced information security, fraud protection and remediation professionals, for immediate, personal and expert help and advice, 24/7.

· Continuous household protection that includes identity monitoring, breach management and ID theft response services.

· Support for everything from securing home network connections and privacy settings to addressing social media and reputational damage

Said Risa Pecoraro, CyberScout’s EVP, Research & Development, “CyberScout Elite minimizes customer risk through education and support, monitors for signs of identity theft across private and public databases, and heals the damage if identity theft occurs. It gives insurers specialized coverage for affluent subscribers, allows private bankers to extend secure practices to their high net worth clients’ households, and puts an umbrella of protection around family offices and their clients.”

CyberScout Elite is available immediately. 

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