Saturday, 21st September 2019

Rubrik appoints Rinki Sethi as Chief Information Security Officer

Rubrik has appointed Rinki Sethi as Chief Information Security Officer. Sethi will be responsible for leading efforts to protect Rubrik’s information and technology assets and will advise on the company’s continued product innovations in the security space. Sethi will report directly to Rubrik CIO Avon Puri.

“Rinki has been at the forefront of developing cutting edge online security infrastructure at several Fortune 500 companies and brings a wealth of valuable industry expertise to the Rubrik team,” said Avon Puri, CIO at Rubrik. “Her ability to build industry leading security teams will drive even greater innovation here at Rubrik as we continue to help clients protect their data globally.”

Sethi joins Rubrik from IBM where she served as Vice President, Information Security. Prior to IBM, she built and matured technical security teams at several Fortune 500 companies including Palo Alto Networks, Intuit, eBay,, and Pacific Gas & Electric.

“Rubrik is breaking ground in a product space that touches every industry. We are broadly solving the challenges related to data control and management, which demands strong security,” said Rinki Sethi, Chief Information Security Officer at Rubrik. “Data is the key to our future, so its protection is crucial. For others like me that are passionate about security, Rubrik is the company to work for or partner with today. I’m thrilled to be onboard.”
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