Vacation rental management company Vacasa has named Jeff Bryner the company's first CISO.

Bryner has more than 30 years of digital and information security experience. Bryner will bring a holistic risk management approach to Vacasa’s information security and data protection across its central offices and the 30 U.S. states and 16 countries it operates in.

“As Vacasa continues to grow, our investment in industry-leading security practices is a priority, and given our size and scale, we now have an opportunity to bring specialization and senior talent to the role,” said Eric Breon, founder and CEO of Vacasa. “With our full-service business model, guests and homeowners can rest assured that every detail is taken care of. We take that same approach to security and privacy, from front door access codes to credit card information. Jeff’s proven ability to bring enhanced data security practices at large corporations will ensure the highest levels of privacy for all Vacasa homeowners, guests and partners.”

Prior to joining Vacasa, Bryner served as the director of enterprise information security for founding internet company Mozilla, where he established the information security function and enabled rapid transformation by embracing modern, zero-trust, cloud-first security capabilities. Prior to Mozilla he spent nearly a decade at Portland General Electric serving as security architect for efforts ranging from replacing the energy management system controlling the power grid to rolling out wireless meters throughout Portland.