Left and right, major CISOs have suffered data breaches despite undergoing best practices for security protection. Threats keep surfacing, and there’s no such...
Author - Phil Agcaoili
Phil Agcaoili is the Chief Information Security Officer at Elavon, a U.S. Bank subsidiary and the 3rd largest payment processing company in the world. He has been an influential leader in the Information Security industry for almost 25 years and has established industry-leading security organizations from start-ups to the Fortune 25. He was previously the CISO at Cox Communications and VeriSign, and led successful global security teams at Dell, Scientific-Atlanta, and General Electric. He influenced the development of the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, shaped cyber security for US Telecoms as committee co-chair of the FCC CSRIC and the Communications Sector Coordinating Council, and Communications ISAC, and is a member of the Financial Services Information Sharing & Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and Payments Processing Information Sharing Council (PPISC). He is a privacy and trust leader as a Ponemon Institute Distinguished Fellow and as the Chairman of the Fellows.
Phil has served on the Board of Directors and Advisory Boards for several start-ups, Information Security Magazine, CSO Magazine, CIO Magazine and CISO Executive Network. He won the inaugural Information Security Executive of the Decade Award, 2012 RSA Conference Award for Excellence in the Field of Security Practices, 2010 Information Security Magazine Security 7 Award, 2009 Information Security Executive of the Year Award, and was inducted into the East Greenbush Education Foundation Hall of Fame. His teams have been recognized for their achievements and teamwork.