CFC, an insurance provider with expertise in emerging risks and dominant presence in the cyber market, has named Jason Hart as the head of proactive cyber. Hart brings over two decades of experience in developing and creating information security offerings and services within the cybersecurity sector. He is a renowned cybersecurity thought leader and Forbes Technology Council member for five consecutive years. In his recently created position, Hart will oversee CFC’s market-leading cyber threat analysis, vulnerability, and threat detection services. This service has already protected many CFC customers from potentially harmful cyber events.
CFC’s chief technology officer, Jonathan Fletcher, believes that there is no job more critical for cybersecurity insurers than proactively reducing cyber risk to provide clients with the confidence to operate and thrive in today’s highly connected world. In Fletcher’s opinion, Jason is the ideal individual to help them accelerate the growth of their proactive cyber offerings with innovative and disruptive products at a global level. Hart joins CFC after serving as Chief Technology Officer-EMEA at Rapid7, a Nasdaq-listed cybersecurity platform, and advising several technology and cybersecurity company boards, amongst launching CRYPTOCard and WhiteHat Security, one of the UK’s first ethical hacking firms.
Hart is delighted to lead CFC’s proactive cyber capabilities, combining his pragmatic security view, building teams, and driving innovation and disruptive solutions. CFC is a global insurance firm that offers underwriting, claims, technology and innovation, and incident response in cyber security and other sophisticated capabilities. It was amongst the first in the market to offer cyber insurance, and currently offers over fifty products aimed at emerging risks for SME firms due to technology and industry intersection. With its headquarters in London and offices in Brisbane, San Francisco, New York, Brussels, and Austin, CFC is a trusted brand in 90 countries, with more than 130,000 businesses relying on it.