Pascal Millaire is the CEO of CyberCube, a Symantec Ventures company dedicated to providing data-driven cyber underwriting and aggregation management analytics to the global insurance industry.
The CyberCube platform was established in 2015 by Symantec to apply the cyber security company’s unique sources of data, intelligence and expertise to cyber insurance analytics and now operates as a standalone company under Millaire’s leadership.
Previously, Millaire was vice president at Symantec, where he was responsible for overseeing cyber insurance product development and insurance security partnerships with the company’s consumer and enterprise portfolio. He was also president of an Internet of Things technology company and spent seven years at McKinsey, where he served companies in the insurance industry on topics of strategy, risk management, pricing and operations.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
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