A luxury department store retailer has lost its first-ever cyber security chief.
Sarah Hendrickson has left her post as Neiman Marcus’ chief security information officer, reported D Margazine. She joined the company in November 2014, the first executive to hold the position. Neiman Marcus introduced the role following its high profile data breach in 2013.
Hendrickson left the company in June. She now serves as senior VP of compliance for S3, an information technology company, according to her LinkedIn profile.
A Neiman Marcus spokesperson said the company is working with a recruiter to fill the position. Sarah Miller, senior VP and CIO, will overseeing Hendrickson’s duties until a replacement is found, according to D Magazine.
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