Clorox got hacked a couple months back which has led to shortages of the product. It looks like Management has thrown their Chief Information Security Officer out the door:
The Clorox Company's chief security officer has left her job in the wake of a corporate network breach that cost the manufacturer hundreds of millions of dollars.
Amy Bogac held the title of chief information security officer (CISO) and VP of enterprise security and infrastructure at Clorox since June 2021, per her LinkedIn profile.
While her LinkedIn profile doesn't indicate any job changes, Friday was Bogac's last day at the multinational cleaning product conglomerate, according to Bloomberg News, which reviewed an internal memo and cited two people familiar with the matter.
I'm of two minds on this. The first is that Clorox undoubtedly underinvested in cyber security, so it's no surprise that they got hacked, and this is management offering up a sacrificial victim to the shareholders. The second, though, is that Ms. Bogac was in fact the head of cybersecurity and she is understandably in the hot seat.
The third (yeah I know I said "two", stick with me here) is that being a CISO is a no-win situation.