Tiktok Global Security Chief Officer Roland Cloutier To Step Down
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Roland Cloutier, the global chief security officer of the short video app TikTok, is going to resign from his post. Tiktok has given information about the resignation of Roland Cloutier through its website. Cloutier may be resigning from his position, but he will continue to serve in other departments of the company.
Clotier hails from Florida and has made several changes to the social media video app over the past few months. They have made many changes mainly in terms of security. Let us tell you that TikTok is owned by Chinese company ByteDance and the app is facing scrutiny from US regulators for its use of personal data.
“Following our recent announcement regarding our data management in the US, it is time to move from a global chief security officer to a strategic advisory role,” ByteDance Vice President of Technology Dingkun and other senior executives wrote in a post. . We will now work directly with CEO Shaw.
Let us tell you that Cloutier was brought to TikTok two years ago to handle traditional cyber security issues. There is no problem with TikTok regarding data security in China, but there is still a problem of data security globally.
The company has recently created a special team for data security in the US, which has been recognized as USDS. This team prevents and monitors the data of US users from going to China. Apart from the US, TikTok plans to implement similar data security rules in other countries as well.
The global security of TikTok is now in the hands of a senior official, Kim Albarella, who will serve as the interim head of global security. Albarella previously worked for Automatic Data Processing (ADP) LLC for over a decade.