Global Cyber Risk Practice
Bill Stewart is Division President of Chubb’s Global Cyber Risk Practice. In this capacity, he is responsible for the development and implementation of Chubb’s strategy to deliver a full suite of property and casualty cyber insurance offerings worldwide. This includes Chubb’s risk transfer, loss mitigation and incident response services, which are designed to mitigate the rapidly evolving threats faced by businesses of all sizes as well as individuals. Mr. Stewart also collaborates with Chubb’s CISO and Enterprise Risk Management team on the development of cybersecurity best practices for the company.
Mr. Stewart joined Chubb in 2017, bringing nearly three decades of experience to the team. Prior to joining Chubb, he served as Executive Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he was responsible for the firm’s Commercial Cyber business. He joined Booz Allen in 1989 as an Information Assurance Business Leader and was promoted throughout his tenure to larger leadership roles. From 2013 to 2015, Mr. Stewart led Booz Allen’s commercial financial services business. Earlier, he worked for RCA, where he developed communications security and key management devices. He also served in various positions in the United States Army, including signal officer, battalion commander, and company commander.
Mr. Stewart holds a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania.