Jason Lee Appointed As Splunk’s New Chief Information Security Officer

Splunk Inc., the leading data platform for security and observability, announced that Jason Lee, has been appointed as the Company’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).  Jason Lee will be in charge of all aspects of global security, including cloud and application security, operations, threat management, penetration testing, risk, and customer trust, the company said.

At Salesforce, An American cloud-based software company, Lee held the position of Senior Vice President of Security Operations. Additionally, he worked for Microsoft for more than 15 years in a variety of security operations jobs. With over 20 years in the industry, Lee has a strong background in information security and managing mission-critical services.

Most recently, he held the position of CISO at Zoom, where he was in charge of the platform’s security as well as that of its clients, which includes some of the biggest businesses in the world.

According to Gary Steele, Chief Executive Officer of Splunk, Jason has vital experience working for the most well-known tech companies in big data, cloud-first environments. Thus, he is aware of the significance of protecting our intellectual property and the data of our clients.

“I know the value Splunk brings as a security partner to organizations and governments firsthand, and I’m thrilled to lead the global security team. I’m committed to helping advance Splunk’s proactive cybersecurity strategy and ensuring trust in its products, while fostering security innovations that can be passed on to Splunk customers.” said Jason Lee.

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