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Julio Taylor joins CovertSwarm board as Chief Marketing Officer

We’re pleased to welcome Julio Taylor as the latest non-executive addition to CovertSwarm's board and C-suite.

Julio joins as chief marketing officer. As CEO at international marketing agency Hallam, he brings over 20 years of experience within the digital marketing sector.

His appointment as CMO strengthens our strategic partnership between Hallam and CovertSwarm, working alongside our board to set strategic direction and marketing strategy.

Anders Reeves, founder and CEO at CovertSwarm, says: “Julio’s appointment to the CovertSwarm board marks an exciting and significant next step in our strategy to challenge the status quo of the cyber industry. As CMO, his heavy-weight marketing experience will be leveraged to grow CovertSwarm’s clientbase across key territories through execution of a brand-led go to market strategy, with delivery support from the team at Hallam. His, and their, impact on CovertSwarm will be significant and transformative as we continue to invest to re-baseline what organisations should expect from our industry as the ‘new normal’ demonstrated through CovertSwarm’s red team, penetration testing, and cyber incident response services portfolio.”

Julio says: “I strongly believe in CovertSwarm’s offering and feel very proud to join their board of directors as chief marketing officer; I’ve admired CovertSwarm’s work from the very start, so I’m really happy to be part of their journey into the future.

“CovertSwarm is an ambitious and unique company that can also bring huge benefits to our clients as part of a value-add service offering. At Hallam, we also strongly believe in the importance of working with like-minded businesses to form a service ecosystem that benefits all our customers. This partnership underlines the importance of cyber security in the marketing ecosystem in the age of first-party data; our partnership with CovertSwarm is specifically designed to safeguard brands from potentially catastrophic GDPR breaches and brand damage caused by data.”