More Twitter’s privacy and security leaders have jumped ship
It’s a day that ends in the letter “y,” which suggests there’ll be more drama on Twitter. Lea Kissner, chief information security officer, Damien Kieran, chief privacy officer, and Marianne Fogarty, chief compliance officer, have all resigned. According to the article, the company’s engineers would now be in charge of assuring regulatory compliance. Twitter is now subject to a consent decree from the Federal Trade Commission, which contains specific privacy and security obligations.
“I’ve taken the difficult choice to abandon Twitter,” Kissner tweeted. “I’ve had the chance to work with incredible individuals, and I’m really proud of the privacy, security, and IT teams and the work we’ve accomplished.”