payCLT 5/20: Should Payment Professionals be Paranoid? Have we adopted a culture of security? with Paul Falor, North Highland
Of course payments are “secure”!—or at least “compliant” – is there a difference? Mobile payments are supposedly improving the safety and security of the payment system – but are they really “secure”? Customers today take payment security for granted – until there is a breach of a merchant, processor, or worse… In an increasingly digital world, what does “security” mean practically for the consumer and the company ensuring safe transactions? What should we be doing as payment professionals to help?
Join PayCLT, Friday, May 20th at 9AM at Packard Place with Paul Falor of North Highland – and bring your questions on security!
Paul Falor is the CIO/Vice President, Global Information Technology with the North Highland Company. He has 15 years of information technology and security experience across a variety of industries. Specific areas of expertise include IT strategy and governance, security strategy, incident response, and breach containment. Paul held critical roles in the breach remediation efforts of a major payment processor, as well as establishing information security programs at several leading financial institutions. Paul is an expert at translating technology risk to business terms at all levels across an organization.