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Cowbell Cyber appoints Chris Reese as head of insurance

13th September 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

AI-powered cyber insurer Cowbell has appointed Chris Reese as the company’s new head of insurance, a role that will see her support business strategy, operations and growth.

Cowbell CyberReporting to Trent Cooksley, COO, Reese joins from Lockton Companies having served as senior vice president and cyber & technology insurance practice lead.

At Lockton, she provided expert consultative cyber enterprise risk transfer solutions for non profit, private and public corporations across all industries.

Reese brings more than 35 years of expertise in managing cyber insurance underwriting portfolios, crafting customised coverage, product development and insurance placement for cyber, technology E&O and professional liability.

“Chris’ expertise in product development and placement of cyber insurance is a significant addition to the Cowbell team,” said Cooksley.

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“We’re looking forward to her driving our ability to continue to expand and deliver bespoke offerings to our customers.”

“Many businesses have become dependent on their digital infrastructure to operate, and cyber coverage is becoming a must,” said Reese.

“I am delighted to be joining Cowbell Cyber, one of the most forward-thinking cyber insurance players, just as cyber insurance is facing acute challenges but also incredible opportunities.”

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