Capital One Financial Corporation is reportedly reassigning its chief information security officer Michael Johnson to an advisory role, less than four months after the bank holding company disclosed a data breach affecting more than 100 million individuals.

Johnson will instead server as senior vice president and special cybersecurity advisor, TechCrunch reported, cited a Capital One spokesperson. The Wall Street Journal was the first to report on the personnel move.

Until a permanent replacement is hired, Commercial bank CIO Mike Eason is reportedly taking over the role on an interim basis.

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