Twitter’s cybersecurity chief resigns

Since the arrival of the new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, resignations and dismissals are the order of the day, but this Thursday, through the platform, Lea Kissnerresigned from her position as head of cybersecurity.

The reasons for his resignation are not known, but he could reveal information at the convention of security experts USENIX 23which will take place in August of next year in Anaheim, California.

I have made the difficult decision to leave Twitter. I’ve had the opportunity to work with amazing people and I’m so proud of the IT, security and privacy teams and the work we’ve done.

I can’t wait to find out what’s next, starting with my reviews for @USENIXSecurity 😁

The former CISO of the company, since 2015, was joined by other resignations that occurred on Wednesday night, international media report, and they suggest among them the Director of Privacy, Damien Kieran, and the Chief of Compliance, Marianne Fogarty.

These resignations occur while the new CEO of Twitter announced that teleworking was ending and that at least the workers had to comply with 40 face-to-face hours per week.

In addition to the fact that Musk, last week, justified the 7,500 layoffs around the world because of the more than 5 million dollars that his company loses daily.