Aon plc announced that Jason Hogg has joined the firm as leader of Aon Cyber Solutions, responsible for the growth strategy of the firm’s solutions that help clients address and manage cyber risk.
He will also serve as chief executive officer of New York-based Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company, succeeding Michael Patsalos-Fox, who is retiring after leading the company through last year’s acquisition by Aon and the subsequent integration.
Hogg joins Aon from Tritium Partners, a private equity firm where he was a senior adviser and a CEO partner responsible for prioritizing investment exploration in information, risk, cyber security and business intelligence services. Hogg started his career as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has held executive positions with Blackstone Group, American Express and MBNA.
“Managing cyber risk effectively requires information security and risk leaders to work together to address this dynamic issue,” said Michael J. O’Connor, CEO, Aon Risk Solutions.
“Following last year’s acquisition of Stroz Friedberg, Aon now has unparalleled ability to bring together all the relevant stakeholders in an organization to advise on how to collaborate to manage cyber risk,” he added.
“This is an exciting time to be joining Aon,” said Hogg. “Aon is helping clients integrate risk management and information security to address cyber risk in a new way. We have a unique ability to help our clients strengthen organizational resilience that is changing the way companies think about cyber security.”
Stroz Friedberg co-founders, Ed Stroz and Eric Friedberg, will continue to play a vital role in the Stroz Friedberg organization as co-presidents.
Source: Aon plc
Was this article valuable?