Chief Information Security Officer at ACI at ACI Worldwide
Gene Scriven is an information protection veteran with almost four decades of information security and data protection experience across a wide spectrum of industries. A proven leader in information security, risk management and compliance, he has driven security for the U.S. Government, the U.S. Intelligence community and multiple global companies. As chief information security officer (CISO) at ACI, he is dedicated to protecting customer and company information around the world. He is also an active advisory board member for the University of Phoenix Cybersecurity and Security Operations (CSO) Institute.
Articles by Gene Scriven
10 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2022
While many are making their resolutions for the upcoming year, organizations of all types must resolve to increase their cybersecurity and vigilance in the face of new and expanding threats. Here are my top 10 cybersecurity predictions for the new year.
Cybersecurity: Risks, Controls and Expectations for 2019
The world of cybersecurity brought about several subtle changes in 2018. For example, malware and targeted 'Spear Phishing' were on the rise, while the focus on protecting the perimeter has begun to take a back seat to hardening internal controls. The changing threat landscape in 2019 is certain to result in a barrage of additional considerations in how we protect data and systems.
The 12 Biggest Security Threats to Payments
Consumers ask a lot of you in terms of convenience, speed and, above all, security. This puts the pressure on you to offer a pain-free consumer experience that is also highly secure. And when you accept payments, you need to secure all parts of your organization. Here’s an actual example: one major breach occurred when an air conditioning vendor was hacked, allowing hackers to access the corporate network and finally the point of sale network. This highlights the importance of understanding the threat landscape we face today.
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Global Payment Trends
As the world adopts real-time payments, how does your market stand to benefit?