Clive joined the BCH team in 2020 as a Surveyor. Based in Kent, he works across the South East, focusing mainly on commercial sites and flats. Away from work, Clive enjoys time with his wife and children, films, books and photography.
Introduced by the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Centre, the government-backed certification is awarded to organisations that can demonstrate robust cybersecurity principles and capabilities. This enables them to provide a high level of security, cyber resilience and assurance of defence against online attacks.
Aristi conducted a series of technical assessments to ensure that the company is protected against various attack scenarios. The evaluation assessed:
Secure asset configuration
User access controls
Having successfully passed the evaluation, Barrett Corp & Harrington is able to demonstrate to all customers that security of their information is taken seriously. Certain private organisations and government bodies insist on their partners having this accreditation, which satisfies compliance aspects of regulations and standards such as the Data Protection Act, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), ISO 27001, the Cabinet Office Security Policy Framework (SPF) and GDPR.
“Cyber Essentials Plus is a great achievement for BCH, particularly in a fast-evolving technological environment. This award will continue to help BCH remain at the forefront of this technological revolution, whilst helping us to continually provide reliable products and solutions to our customers.”
Claire joined BCH in 2022 as Data & Partnerships Principal, focused on forging new ways of using data within the property reinstatement journey, whilst engaging proactively with the Insurer, broker & MGA landscapes. BCH understands that putting data and analytics at the heart of decision making is critical to the insurance market and BCH’s position as a leading supplier of Reinstatement Cost Assessments.
Claire joins us as a chartered insurer with over eighteen years of industry experience. Beginning her insurance career in broking in 2004, Claire gained experience fast, progressing to technical underwriting, then eventually account management roles.
Having worked for national brokerages and a large composite insurer, Claire then spent eight years as E-Trading Manager for RSA in the Commercial lines business helping to drive success across a new landscape of digital disruption. Claire also spent almost two years in the Insurance Data sector, successfully addressing the pain points she encountered during her time in the industry.
In her new role at BCH, Claire brings a wealth of knowledge about the digital insurance marketplace, Property Insurance data and broking behaviour, which will offer deep insight to our property reinstatement services.