Published on March 24th, 2021 📆 | 4445 Views ⚑0
Arvind Raman joins Mitel as CISO
Mitel announced the appointment of Arvind Raman as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Raman will lead all aspects of the company’s information security strategy, architecture, operations and governance.
He will also be responsible for continuing to drive industry best practices for security compliance to support and enhance Mitel’s wider business objectives and the needs of its customers and partners.
Raman joins Mitel with more than two decades of experience within the financial services, retail and product development industries.
Most recently, Raman served as Global Head of Security and Risk Advisory Services at Scotia Bank where he oversaw the development and implementation of a new cybersecurity strategy and framework, and integrated elements of NIST and COBIT into enterprise risk management.
“The past year has demonstrated just how unpredictable the world can be and the impact that external factors can have on businesses, making risk management more critical and relevant than ever,” said Jamshid Rezaei, Chief Information Officer for Mitel.
“Arvind’s extensive experience working with global organizations to architect advanced security and compliance models will deepen Mitel’s continued commitment to risk management and cybersecurity best practices and enable us to further strengthen the relationships we have with our partners and customers.”
“It’s an exciting time for the communications and collaboration industry as organizations continue to adapt to a ‘work from anywhere’ environment and accelerate their adoption of cloud technologies,” said Arvind Raman, CISO at Mitel.
“Mitel has established itself as a long-time leader in digital transformation. Together with the team, I am excited to continue delivering and supporting communications solutions that our customers can trust to not only help them stay connected but that provide peace of mind when it comes to ensuring security and mitigating risk.”
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