Connect with a Chubb Cyber Risk Advisor to help your company stay protected against evolving cyber risks. Our advisors have deep cyber security expertise to help you determine if your company has what it needs. They can recommend trusted solutions designed specifically to help reduce your organization’s unique cyber exposures. And many of these tools and services are available at no additional cost to Chubb Cyber policyholders.
As Team Leader, Dylan guides our Chubb Cyber Risk Advisors in meeting the needs of our policyholders. His leadership continues to help expand Chubb’s consulting practice, as he assists our advisors in identifying policyholders’ cyber security needs and matching them with solutions. Since first bringing his skills to Chubb in 2017, he has continued to enhance his technical training and his knowledge of cyber security best practices. He holds an undergraduate degree in Security & Risk Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security, as well as a minor in Information Sciences & Technology.
With 20 years of experience in technology, Brandi has worked alongside engineers at NASA, the U.S. Department of Defense, and in small business, fulfilling her passion to help leaders do business cyber minded. She is soon to earn a Doctor of Science degree in Cybersecurity, and has earned several system engineering awards from the U.S. Army (related to her work as a civilian contractor), as well as a distinguished award when she was a program chair and college professor (State of Indiana Award for Program Excellence for the cybersecurity program and student cyber lab she built in 2020).
Ryan consults both internal business groups and external clients on complex cyber scenarios involving incident response, vulnerability management, implementation services, project management, and cyber risk analytics. His experience in information and cyber security includes time in the legal sphere, in addition to the insurance industry. Along with a degree in Information Technology, Ryan holds a technical certificate in Cybersecurity, as well as Information Technology Analyst and Network Infrastructure certificates.
Zachary brings his previous experience as a software analyst (and the technical understanding of information security) to his role advising Chubb policyholders. He holds a Master of Science in Cyber Security Technologies, in addition to certification in security operations center (SOC) core skills. The topics for certification include: Core Networking Skills, Live Window Forensics, Live Linux Forensics, Memory Forensics, Active Directory Analysis, Network Threat Hunting, Basics of Vulnerability Management, and Incident Response Process.