Zynga Chief Security Officer Nils Puhlmann Reportedly Resigns

Posted on Sep 20 2012 - 5:36am by Editorial Staff

Zynga in the past few months holds a good history of top executives leaving the company one after another, with the latest to join the moving out race was the company’s chief security officer, Nils Puhlmann, who has resigned from the company yesterday, reports TechCrunch.

Puhlmann role with Zynga was to take care of all security operation and to keep a note as well as manage all security risks at the company, which includes a long list of product, application and physical security along with security engineering and architecture.

Prior to joining Zynga in 2009, Puhlmann led security teams at companies such as Electronic Arts and Adobe. He is also a co-founder and board member of the Cloud Security Alliance, a nonprofit organization established in 2008.


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