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 and VP of enterprise security and infrastructure at Clorox since June 2021, per her LinkedIn profile.
The Clorox Company, makers of bleach and other household cleaning products, doesn't expect operations to return to normal until near month end as it combs over "Widescale disruption to operations" caused by cyber baddies. In the latest update to the SEC [PDF], the company said it "Began manual ordering and processing procedures shortly thereafter at a reduced rate of operations. The company is operating at a lower rate of order processing and has recently begun to experience an elevated level of consumer product availability issues."
The Clorox Company has some cleaning up to do as some of its IT systems remain offline and operations "Temporarily impaired" following a security breach.Upon detection, we immediately took steps to stop the activity and took certain systems offline.