Employment site CareerBuilder announced last week that it has hired Benjamin Doyle as its new Chief Information Security Officer, succeeding Anthony Dupree, who stepped down in February. Dupree was the first person to hold that position on CareerBuilder's executive team when it was introduced in 2017, and took the dual role of Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer. However, the company has not specified whether Doyle will also take a dual role.
Doyle has 15 years of experience in information security and most recently served as managing principal and practice lead of information security and risk management at FoxPointe Solutions. He has also held roles relating to IT, security and risk management at RKL eSolutions, Berkshire Hathaway, Eber & Wein Publishing, and York College of Pennsylvania.
Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder, said of his appointment: “Benjamin holds an impressive record of leadership and has deep expertise in information security, risk and privacy. He will be integral to strengthening our remote work solutions and digital offerings as we help companies rebuild their workforces in The Great Rehire.”
According to the company, Doyle will focus on cyber policies and preparedness in line with the expectation that more workplaces will go partially or fully digital in coming months. He said:
“The world's workforce has never relied more on the internet and virtual tools for collaboration, which means that information security is more important than ever. Everyone has a role to play in safeguarding companies' and employees' data and assets. I'm thrilled to be joining colleagues at CareerBuilder who are driven to exceed expectations for IT and risk management in today's digital world, and I'm looking forward to growing and reinforcing the robust security, risk and compliance programs alongside a tremendously talented team.”