Cybersecurity firm Quick Heal said that it has appointed Reetu Raina as its Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO). In this role, Raina will be responsible for driving company’s HR function and steers people operations, culture and recruitment initiatives.
The company asserted that the appointment of Raina as the CHRO comes as a welcome thrust to its ongoing push to connect strategic HR initiatives with business objectives. Quick Heal said that Raina’s leadership will enable it to align its HR policies to sustain and amplify its growth trajectory.
“At Quick Heal Technologies, we want our internal work processes and organisational policies to be aligned with the innovation that we are driving in the cybersecurity space. Bringing a transformational HR leader such as Reetu Raina on board is perfectly aligned with this vision,” said Kailash Katkar, managing director & CEO, Quick Heal Technologies.
“We are confident that, with her extensive expertise in driving people-centric digital transformation in organisations, she will assist Quick Heal Technologies to unlock the unparalleled potential that the man-machine synergy is enabling,” he added.
Raina holds extensive industry experience and has worked across sectors such as Telecom, BFSI, and IT before joining Quick Heal Technologies. In her career to date, She has held leadership roles with domain-leading brands such as TATA, HDFC Bank, and Amdocs.
She was the Head of HR for Network Software at Sterlite Technologies and had previously led the talent management function at Amdocs – and was recognised in both these roles for leading the HR transformation and creating future-ready structures.
“I am thrilled to be joining Quick Heal Technologies and its passionate, talented team of cybersecurity experts that is committed to protect the cyberspace from existing and emerging threats. I believe in the organisation’s mission of securing digital futures of citizens, enterprises, and governments around the globe and I am looking forward to contributing to it by leading its people strategy,” stated Raina.