Duck Creek Technologies has declared openly the bolstering of its leadership team through the appointment of Benjamin Dulieu as chief information safety officer.
In his new role with the global technology solutions provider to the estate and casualty (P&C) insurance industry, Dulieu will be responsible for its overall information and cybersecurity strategy. He will also manage its corporate cybersecurity and protection programs, including the corporation’s OnDemand offerings.
Dulieu joins Duck Creek from Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH), where he most recently served as a senior vice president. At BBH, Dulieu assisted in building out and formalising the firm’s cybersecurity program and served as head of Enterprise Risk Management – Cyber and Technology. Before joining the private banking sector, Dulieu was a former active-duty United States Marine Corps captain. He earned his undergraduate degree from Suffolk University and his master’s extent in Banking and Financial Service Management from Boston University.
Commenting on Dulieu’s appointment, Duck Creek CEO Mike Jackowski said it is a privilege to welcome him to the leadership team and to have the chance to leverage his experience and accomplishments to advance Duck Creek’s information and cybersecurity capabilities.
“I believe Ben’s deep aptitude, experience, and aptitude will be an incredible asset for our company, our customers and partners, and the broader insurance sector,” he added. “He will bring a fresh global perspective and keep us at the forefront of the crucial trends in these areas.”