WhiteHawk secures ‘game-changing’ partnership with identity theft & business cybersecurity leader
WhiteHawk Limited (ASX:WHK) has today announced a ground-breaking integrated sales partnership with EZShield.
EZShield is a pioneer and innovator of identity theft and mobile cybersecurity solutions, with 18 years of history, over 15 million consumers, and strategic partnerships with financial institutions. It offers small business protection by securing business information, proactively monitoring business and personal information, and preparing for and responding to fraud, identity crimes, and cyber threats.
This partnership will enable WhiteHawk and EZShield to provide affordable risk mitigation solutions through WhiteHawk's Cyber Risk Profile.
WhiteHawk's SME (small and midsize enterprise) services to US federal contractors, the US government, and financial sector entities, vendors and customers, will receive an integrated offering of EZShield Digital Identity Theft Protection and WhiteHawk Cybersecurity Exchange services.
WhiteHawk’s financial sector customers can receive customer bank portal access to EZShield, while the US government and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) customers can receive seamless vendor risk services, a business credit score, and advanced dark web monitoring from EZShield.
EZShield’s SME customers will be able to receive both EZShield’s best-in-class identity theft protection and mobile cybersecurity services and the WhiteHawk Cyber Risk Profile and Customer Journey.
Through this partnership, WhiteHawk is expanding its reach to potentially thousands of SMEs across all sectors in the US.
Terry Roberts, Executive Chair of WhiteHawk, commented, “This will be game changing for both companies, putting our online combined services at the forefront of the SME cybersecurity industry, by delivering foundational cyber resilience in an affordable and accessible way, to the measurable benefit of our respective SME customers.”
Rich Scott, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of EZShield said, “Our shared vision for protecting the digital footprint of businesses, employees, and consumers in today’s interconnected world is the foundation for our strategic partnership with WhiteHawk.
“We look forward to a long and rewarding collaboration with WhiteHawk, bringing increased innovation from our mobile cybersecurity and identity theft protection solutions.”
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