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An exclusive interview with Keynote Speaker – Rinki Sethi, CISO, Twitter

During this exclusive pre-event Podcast, Netlaw Media is delighted to present ‘European Legal Security Forum 2021’ keynote speaker Rinki Sethi, CISO – Twitter.

In an exclusive interview ahead of her key panel discussion, Rinki discusses:

  • With data security being at the forefront of professional service firms agendas, and with technology evolving almost daily, what the next steps are of security advancements and how she envisions this at Twitter as well as other professional firms
  • How she found transitioning from engineer to CISO, and what challenges she faced in the new environment
  • Being at the forefront of developing cutting edge online security infrastructure at several Fortune 500 companies, what she would advise for closer engagement between security and technology teams
  • As Keynote speaker at the European Legal Security Forum, what she is most looking forward to at the event.

Rinki Sethi, CISO – Twitter

Rinki Sethi is Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Twitter, where she is responsible for leading efforts to protect Twitter’s information and technology assets and advises the company’s continued product innovations in the security space. Prior to Twitter, Rinki was most recently the VP & CISO at Rubrik, Inc. Rinki has been at the forefront of developing cutting edge online security infrastructure at several Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Palo Alto Networks, Intuit, eBay,, and PG&E.

Rinki holds several recognized security certifications and has a B.S. in Computer Science Engineering from UC Davis and a M.S. in Information Security from Capella University.

Rinki has served on the development team for the ISACA book, “Creating a Culture of Security” by Stephen Ross and was the recipient of the “One to Watch” Award with CSO Magazine & Executive Women’s Forum in 2014 and more recently the Senior Information Security Practitioner Award with ISC2 in 2018. She led an initiative to develop the first set of national cybersecurity badges and curriculum for the Girl Scouts of USA. Rinki serves as a mentor for many students and professionals.