Former Shopify, Twitch, and Box Executive, Chris Deibler, Joins DataGrail as VP of Security
By Business Wire
DataGrail continues to hire industry’s top talent to ensure privacy remains a human right
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#CCPA--DataGrail, a leading data privacy platform, today announced that Chris Deibler, formerly of Shopify, Twitch, and Box, has been named DataGrail’s VP of Security. Deibler will oversee the building out of the security team for DataGrail as it transitions into its next phase of growth. The move reunites him with DataGrail CTO Cathy Polinsky, formerly of Shopify, Stitch Fix, and Salesforce, to expand DataGrail’s security program and form one of the most privacy-driven teams in the technology industry.
Deibler previously served as Director of Security Engineering at Shopify, which included the areas of infrastructure security, application security, and consumer identity. He also led the team that ran Shopify’s multimillion dollar bug bounty program. Prior to joining Shopify, Deibler was the Director of Security at Twitch. As the first full-time leadership hire, he built a fully functional, multifaceted security organization that ultimately grew to 40 full-time employees before his departure. Deibler has also held prominent security positions at companies like Box, Zynga, and PayPal over the course of his 20+ year career.
“I think about security as a protective mission, one that restores the balance of power toward the customer. You can only hope to be successful when you instill a culture of privacy across the entire organization and within every employee to recognize that balance,” said Deibler. "DataGrail presents an opportunity to have a real and distributed impact on the privacy of millions of people. For someone who feels the privacy scales are habitually tipped against the user, I see DataGrail as one of the missing technologies over the last decade for restoring the balance. Joining this team, who are all aligned with this mission, was an easy choice for me.”
Deibler comes to DataGrail as the company enters its next stage of growth, fresh off of a new round of funding and several key hires. He is the latest critical piece in a veteran management team that is tackling the biggest challenges of data privacy head-on. DataGrail powers data privacy management for the world’s most trusted companies, including Overstock, Dexcom, Revolve, and Databricks, so that these companies can handle consumers’ personal information with respect and in full compliance with state, pending federal, and global regulations. DataGrail’s fully automated solution currently integrates with more than 1,300 SaaS applications as well as companies’ own internal systems to make identification and management of customer data simple.
“As a company that helps our customers build trust through transparency, trust and security are key pillars of our DataGrail mission,” said Polinsky. “That’s why I am so excited to bring Chris Deibler to DataGrail to lead our security program. After working with Chris at Shopify, I know that his skills as an engineer, as a leader, and as a champion for privacy make him the ideal leader for DataGrail as we continue to scale our business and our team.”
Learn more at www.datagrail.io.
DataGrail is the privacy platform brands rely on to build customer trust and reduce business risk. Security, legal and executive teams use the Privacy Control Center™ to automate privacy workflows and support compliance with regulations like GDPR and CPRA. With 1,800+ pre-built connections for popular apps and infrastructure, the DataGrail Integration Network is the first of its kind to detect shadow IT that may contain personal data, ensuring the most accurate data foundation. DataGrail services millions of consumers, through companies like Overstock, Dexcom, Databricks, Instacart, and has 4.8/5 stars on G2. DataGrail is backed by leading VCs and strategic investors, including Third Point Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Next47, Cloud Apps Capital Partners, Operator Collective, HubSpot, Okta Ventures, and American Express Ventures. Visit www.datagrail.io or follow DataGrail on Twitter and LinkedIn to learn more.
GMK Communications for DataGrail
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First published on Mon, Jan 9, 2023
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