Rachel Carter is a cyber insurance specialist and has an extensive knowledge of the cyber security market. She works closely with insurance companies, brokers and Security Circle clients ensuring that businesses have the most comprehensive cover and protection. Additionally, she assists companies to develop an insurance strategy that promotes resilience for Security Circles’ clients.
Rachel is a dedicated insurance professional, published author (co-authoring a book as well as a variety of insurance, policy and trade publications), journal editor, well established natural catastrophe, cyber and terrorism risk researcher, presenter and university law lecturer with experience as a Managing Director of an insurance consulting firm. Rachel regularly appears in the media and speaks at a broad range of events and institutions. Her media and speaking presence is global although centered around London, Paris and Australia. She also has experience in designing training and educational courses to promote resilience for businesses, governments and the community.
Rachel recently co-founded the Journal of Terrorism and Cyber Insurance and she manages the Journal.
Her prior UK experience includes working for Pool Re (UK terrorism pool) providing research to the CEO and Tokio Marine Kiln where she was a Senior Model Evaluation Analyst. She also worked at Lloyd’s in the International Regulatory Affairs Department.
Rachel has had international experience working for the OECD within their insurance directorate. She also worked in Australia, focusing on the interaction between insurance and law and has provided work for the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and provided evidence for the Australian Parliament (Senate). Currently Rachel writes for the Security Institute as their subject matter expert for terrorism risk insurance and cyber risk insurance.
She holds a Bachelor of Law with Honours and a Bachelor of Arts as well as a PhD in Insurance Law.