Scottsdale, AZ, Mar 17 — Stramaglio Consulting today announced that Brunsman Advisory Group, a leading cyber and liability brokerage firm, has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the imaging channel, consisting of a group of industry leaders that aims to help the channel grow and thrive. The Consortium’s focus is to help improve business agility for the channel and workplaces through the channel.
Brunsman Advisory Group is a boutique brokerage focusing on Tech E&O, E&O, Cyber, and Employment Practices insurance policies. The firm is headed by Joseph Brunsman who uses his technology, insurance, and legal background to solve complex insurance issues. As a new member of the business agility solution group, Brunsman Advisory Group is expected to collaborate with other industry experts in The Consortium to deliver solutions and services that meet the channel needs for digital transformation.
“It is my great pleasure and honor to join this group of strong industry leaders,” says Joseph Brunsman. “We are excited with the opportunity to help the Consortium members and their clients solve problems in the age of digital technology, demystifying the world of cyber insurance, security and compliance and brokering insurance for professional firms and businesses.”
The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, in order to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the imaging channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX).
“Cybersecurity is one of the top growing concerns for the digital society and we need to address it quickly with professional and trusted consultancy and solutions,” says Mike Stramaglio. “I am pleased Joseph decided to join the Consortium and am confident Brunsman will collaborate with other Consortium members to help perform our mission to improve the agility in this very crucial area of business.”
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