Okta appoints Yassir Abousselham as chief security officer

Okta, a company that provides enterprise identity solutions, has appointed Yassir Abousselham chief security officer. Mr. Abousselham will report to Todd McKinnon, Okta CEO and cofounder.

Mr. Abousselham most recently served as chief information security officer at SoFi, where he built the company’s information security and privacy program. He also held leadership positions at Google, as well as Ernst & Young.

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