David Bradbury is the Chief Security Officer at Okta. He oversees security execution, and is responsible for a team navigating the evolving threat landscape to best protect employees and customers. He is also at the forefront of helping Okta’s customers adopt and accelerate Zero Trust security strategies.
Prior to Okta, David was the Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer at Symantec where he oversaw all cyber security and physical security programs. He has an international reputation for leading and delivering cybersecurity at scale. David has worked across the globe from his native Australia to the UK and the US, leading highly regarded security teams at some of the world’s largest banks including ABN, AMRO, Barclays, Morgan Stanley and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
David has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Sydney.
We have concluded our investigation into the January 2022 compromise of our third-party vendor.
At the outset of our investigation, we focused on a five-day window of time, between January 16 and 21, when the third-party forensic firm, engaged by our vendor Sitel, indicated that the threat actor had access to their environment. Based on that…
This update was posted at 8:50 AM, Pacific Time.
On March 22, 2022, nearly 24 hours ago, a number of screenshots were published online that were taken from a computer used by one of Okta’s third-party customer support engineers. The sharing of these screenshots is embarrassing for myself and the whole Okta team.
In this post, I want to provide…
This update was posted at 6:31 PM, Pacific Time.
As we shared earlier today, we are conducting a thorough investigation into the recent LAPSUS$ claims and any impact on our valued customers. The Okta service is fully operational, and there are no corrective actions our customers need to take.
After a thorough analysis of these claims, we have…
We often talk about how the enterprise is changing and evolving—but the transformation we’ve seen in the past two months is unparalleled. In a matter of weeks, hundreds of millions of people around the world have had to make the shift to remote work and companies have had to migrate their business operations and offerings online.
Times like these…