Commercial insurance reimagined.
Making insurance smarter, policyholders safer, and brokers more successful.
How We Do It
Breaking The Silence on Cyber
A decade ago, Marc Andreessen proclaimed “software is eating the world” and today that holds true. Yet as software has become ubiquitous, so has the threat of exploit by cyber criminals. Anyone connected to digital infrastructure is at risk, and today, that’s everyone.
In the face of this abundant risk, the insurance industry is paralyzed. Centuries-old practices preclude the use of new insights. Underwriting with lengthy paper applications still rules the day. And the industry remains silent on cyber coverage, leading to ambiguity for brokers and policyholders.
At Corvus we aim to affirm Cyber coverage in all our products, using best-in-class data science and technology capabilities to embrace this global threat.
Data Drives Corvus
The quality of data you collect dictates the quality of your insights. At Corvus, we are constantly evaluating new sources of data, and analyzing the sources we believe will provide novel insight. The results of this applied-AI process can be seen in Corvus’s Dynamic Loss Prevention® reports and our easy-to-use tools to help brokers understand complex risks and educate their clients.
Reimagining Commercial Insurance
Our goal is to empower brokers with intuitive tools that reduce administrative work while providing insight to better understand, and inform their clients on complex risk.
Ease of Use
Our platform was built on direct feedback and advice from brokers who use it. We’ve honed the experience to be easy for brokers and their clients to work with.
Commercial Insurance is famously stuck in its ways. We continually adapt our products with findings from our Data Science team so that the product keeps pace with the changing cyber risk landscape.
By reducing the amount of work that goes into submitting and binding business, the Smart Commercial Insurance process is significantly faster than a traditional insurer’s.
With instant access through our platform, brokers see all the documents and risk management information pertaining to their clients at any time.
The innovative approach to cyber risk resonates with my clients. Dynamic Loss Prevention coupled with a state of the art policy is a winning combination.
CRC Insurance, Atlanta
Corvus's service has been outstanding. They have done what so many of my markets fail to do: think. They took a difficult submission and effortlessly turned it into a bindable piece of business. The team's professionalism and expertise have been something I do not see nearly enough of in today's insurance industry.
Alexander J Wayne and Associates, Chicago IL
We knew their insurance product was competitive, but in Corvus we found a true partner. From top to bottom we think about the insurance business similarly. Whether we are talking about building an API integration or working with the underwriting team, our partnership with Corvus has been fantastic, and it is only the beginning.
The Corvus CrowBar®
Crows set the bar in smarts among birds, and at Corvus we pursue the same standard. Our platform has been engineered for brokers with an aim to provide best in class software for brokers in the areas of ease of use, self-service, automation and speed.
In the Binoculars: Lori Bailey, Chief Insurance Officer
We’re spreading our wings to welcome another new hire to Corvus, Lori Bailey! As our Chief Insurance Officer, she’ll be bringing her strategic vision and wealth of insurance knowledge to the team, having worked on both the carrier (Zurich & AIG) and broker side (Marsh). Most recently, she developed and implemented global underwriting strategies, governance and product development for all cyber risk exposures at Zurich.
Attack Analysis: The Latest on Kaseya and PrintNightmare
After what has been a particularly busy week in the world of threat response, Corvus continues to monitor the REvil ransomware group’s attack that targeted Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who leverage the on-premise Kaseya VSA solution, as well as fallout from the zero-day discovery known as PrintNightmare (skip to end of this article if you just want to read about this more recent vulnerability). Corvus alerted policyholders to each of these attacks within hours of discovery, but as the situation unfolds we are learning more.