Less than a month after releasing a report that pointed out the soaring sales of cyber insurance, Marsh announced today that Matt McCabe, a former congressional advisor on cyber security, has joined Marsh’s growing Network Security and Privacy Practice as an SVP. In his new role, McCabe will be responsible for advising clients on emerging cyber security trends and issues and ways in which they can address their unique data and privacy needs.

McCabe has more than a decade of experience in the legal and cyber security realms, according to Marsh, and most recently, he served as senior counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, where he advised congressional representatives on federal, state and local policy involving cyber security, data protection and privacy law. Before working in Washington, McCabe was a litigator at Schulte Roth & Zabel in New York, specializing in M&A, securities and accounting fraud, and antitrust cases.

McCabe will be based in New York and will report to Bob Parisi, Marsh’s Network Security and Privacy Practice leader. “I am pleased to welcome Matt to Marsh,” Parisi said. “His experience and knowledge of today’s most pressing cyber security issues will help provide our clients with invaluable insights and identify new challenges before they become problematic.”

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