Reece also routinely advises boards and other senior members in the executive, legal, IT, risk management and public relations functions.

Acting as 'breach coach', Reece helps entities navigate their strategic response to cyber incidents such as network interruption (denial of service, ransomware, system unavailability), data breach (inadvertent disclosure, malicious third party systems access, loss of physical documents), and cyber-crime (fraud, misdirected funds, extortion) incidents.

Reece has helped hundreds of entities respond to incidents including some of Australia's most prominent and industry wide cyber events in recent times. Reece is often sought after for his privacy and technology subject matter expertise, crisis management experience, and strong relationships with non-legal incident response vendors, law enforcement bodies, and other industry stakeholders to achieve favourable outcomes.  

In addition to providing incident response services, Reece routinely advises entities on incident preparedness, and also acts in third party IT liability claims, regulatory investigations and recovery actions following cyber incidents. Reece also has experience acting in a coverage capacity, and routinely advises insurers on insurance policy issues relating to cyber risk.

Reece has completed a secondment to Denver and New York, where he has worked alongside experienced US practitioners. Reece is also completing his Masters of Cyber Security, Strategy, and Diplomacy at UNSW (ADFA campus). Reece enjoys talking about privacy and technology risk and has presented at numerous industry events and written in various publications.

In addition to his cyber practice, Reece acts for organisations in various professional indemnity related proceedings, with a focus on acting for financial advisors, brokers, and construction companies in complex and high profile proceedings.