Telstra’s CSOC atmosphere. (Credit score: Telstra)
Telstra has lost Asia Pacific main facts security officer Berin Lautenbach, one particular of two significant profile departures from its security function in current months.
Lautenbach introduced his departure on LinkedIn, indicating he had concluded up on Wednesday this 7 days and would spend “the up coming few months with a concentration on family” right before determining on where to head up coming.
“It has been an absolute privilege to run the cyber security staff at Telstra,” Lautenbach mentioned.
“I’ve discovered far more about security and management than I ever hoped for when I initial started out and I’ve had the likelihood to function with some of the smartest persons in the industry.”
A Telstra spokesperson verified Lautenbach’s departure to iTnews.
“Berin Lautenbach resigned in March to spend far more time with his loved ones, but stayed on to support with handover,” the spokesperson mentioned.
“Recruitment is at this time underway to uncover his substitution.”
Lautenbach is the second significant-profile departure from Telstra’s cyber security function in the past few of months, immediately after Grant McKechnie left in March.
McKechnie had been Telstra’s general supervisor for its cyber security operations and menace management for almost a few a long time.
His duties protected Telstra’s cyber menace response centre and a Canberra-dependent cyber security operations centre (CSOC).
It is understood that Lautenbach and McKechnie’s departures are not associated.
Nonetheless, McKechnie’s departure seems to be connected to an interior restructure.
“Structural variations were designed before this 12 months to superior align the staff and Grant McKechnie departed shortly immediately after this,” Telstra’s spokesperson mentioned.
McKechnie has considering the fact that landed at beverages retailer Endeavour Group, house of brand names which include Dan Murphy’s, Cellarmasters and BWS.