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5 Chief Information Security Officers in the News
A series of massive, high profile data breaches has put the role of Chief Information Security Officer under the spotlight. Here are five CISOs who have been in the news recently.
Grainger, a provider of manufacturing, repair, and operations, promoted Mark Lohman to the newly created position of CISO after the arrest of a former Grainger contractor for allegedly hacking into the company’s computer servers.
Mike Johnson joined ride-hailing company Lyft as its first CISO. Johnson, who formerly worked at Salesforce, will focus on improving security and privacy as Lyft moves into the self-driving car space.
David Spooner, CISO at The TJX Companies, was elected Secretary of the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC), an industry group of retailers, consumer product and service organizations formed to fight hackers.
Russ Ayres took over as Interim Chief Security Officer at Equifax after security officer Susan Mauldin stepped down following a massive data breach that compromised information about 143 million of the credit reporting firm's customers.
New York City hired Quiessence Phillips as deputy CISO to help lead its new cybersecurity command center, that will take a previously decentralized operation and bring it all under one roof.