Bo Bittle Featured on Cybersecurity Panel

“There are two types of companies; those who have been hacked and those that will be.”

Cyber crime is the fastest growing type of crime in the world, but most attacks are not covered by standard property or crime insurance policies. Phishing scams, identity theft, and telephone hacking are all crimes that traditional insurance policies do not address. Cyber insurance can provide comprehensive crime cover for a wide range of electronic perils that are increasingly threatening the financial resources of today’s venture capital firms.

In this webinar, we’ll highlight the types of attacks that are plaguing ventures and venture capital firms across the country, get an understanding of how you might best protect your intangible assets and learn how cyber insurance can be a game changer for ventures and VCs.


About the presenters:
Bo Bittle is the owner of Bittle Armstrong Insurance, and the former Public Finance Vice President for Stephens Inc. Prior to his four year stint at Stephens Inc., Bittle served as the Fayetteville Market President for Signature Bank from 2004 to 2014. Bittle has served the Northwest Arkansas community in various leadership and volunteer roles including the Fayetteville Public Library Foundation Board, Commissioners of the City of Fayetteville Civil Service Commission, Chairman of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce and much more.

As a second-generation insurance professional, Nicole Limpert serves as a cyber Production Underwriter for Evolve MGA. From start-up ventures to publicly-traded companies, Evolves helps to identify, manage, and transfer commercial cyber risk.

Nicole started her career on the agency side working in Employee Benefits, but then became interested in the young and ever-changing cyber market. Nicole is responsible for underwriting new cyber risks, establishing and maintaining broker relationships throughout the Southeast, and conducting educational-style presentations to teach insurance professionals on the complex cyber landscape.