Establishing Stronger Standards for Data Breach Protection



Left and right, major CISOs have suffered data breaches despite undergoing best practices for security protection. Threats keep surfacing, and there’s no such thing as “perfect security”. Where should organizations rethink security standards and better assess the risks at hand? Understanding those threats starts at putting higher standards in place, but what would a reasonable set of standards entail? Could they be enforced, will they be adopted, and what added cost and impact would meeting these standards put on organizations and their consumers?


Alan Levine

Alan Levine, Global CISO , Alcoa Inc.

For the past 14 years, Alan Levine has served as the global Information Security Officer for Alcoa Inc, with worldwide responsibilities for all aspects of cyber security, based in Pittsburgh, PA. Alan also serves as the Chief Privacy Offic... More   View all posts

Phil Agcaoili

Phil Agcaoili, CISO, Elavon

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 year... More   View all posts

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