Partner with Aura

Add value to your client relationships by including a comprehensive Cyber Wellness program in your voluntary plan strategy.

Earning Potential

Grow your book of business with a partner you can trust.
Earn Commissions

Our incentivized approach ensures that as our book of business from you increases, so does your commission percentage.

Upsell Opportunities

Aura’s suite of Cyber Wellness solutions addresses employees' end-to-end cybersecurity needs, giving you plenty of opportunities to upsell and increase value.

Sales Support

Our team is committed to building strong broker relationships, and we will provide you with everything you need to sell in the solution.

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Operational Excellence

Our team ensures that your clients have a seamless experience — from implementation to member support to employee communications.

Customer retention rate

Industry leading NPS score

Success Management

We guide employers through a proven, step-by-step onboarding process, during which we set up systems and get the solution enrollment-ready for employees.

Member Support

Identity Guard’s US-based team of Cyber Wellness experts are available around-the-clock to answer technology-related questions, review account alerts that might indicate fraud, and help victimized employees re-build their Cyber Wellness.

Employee Communications

We continuously develop communication materials that educate employees on best practices for using Identity Guard and protecting their digital life.

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A Fit for Every Plan

Cyber Wellness solutions have far-reaching impacts that span across all generations, genders, industries, socioeconomic statuses, and lifestyles.
1946 - 1964
1965 - 1980
1981 - 1996
1997 - ?

Seniors & Baby Boomers

(1946 - 1964)

With frequent travel and the potential onset of memory loss, Baby Boomers’ nest eggs are a prime target for cybercriminals.

Generation X

(1965 - 1980)

Mass consumers of online shopping and distracted by caring for aging parents and young children, Gen Xers need someone to keep an eye on their digital security.

Millenials

(1981 - 1996)

Raised with social media, Millennials tend to overshare personal information, putting them at a high risk for online scams.

Children & Generation Z

(1997 - ?)

Born digital natives, Generation Z is an appealing target for cybercriminals, with fraud often undetected until adulthood.