Cybersecurity Leadership: A Fresh Look at FraudCEOs and CISOs on Fraud Trends and Payment Security Threats
COVID-19 accelerated everything else digital; why not fraud, too? In this latest CEO/CISO panel, cybersecurity leaders talk frankly about the pace and scale of new fraud schemes from business email compromise to card not present to insider risk.
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Participating in this latest panel discussion are:
CEOS: Scott Clements, CEO, OneSpan; Rob Eberle, CEO, Bottomline Technologies.
CISOs: Roger Sels, vice president, solutions, EMEA, BlackBerry; Dasha Deckwerth, CISO, Stealth-ISS Group Inc.; Nastassja Finnegan, CSO, FNB South Africa; Jelena Matone, CISO and risk officer, European Investment Bank.
In this Cybersecurity Leadership panel discussion hosted by ISMG and CyberTheory, these CEOs and CISOs discuss:
- The scourge of business email compromise;
- The balance of customer experience and friction in fighting account takeover;
- The rise of synthetic IDs and heightened insider risks.
Clements has extensive leadership experience in security and technology businesses, developing transformational strategies that leverage technology innovations to build on competitive assets. Before OneSpan, Clements spent 11 years at Tyco International as president of Tyco’s global $1B Retail Solutions business unit, as well as Tyco's chief technology officer working to accelerate innovation, and as senior vice president, corporate business development, focused on technology acquisitions.
Eberle focuses on innovative customer-centric solutions created and delivered by highly motivated and talented teams. Under Eberle’s leadership, Bottomline has become a leading provider of innovative payment, digital banking, invoice and cyber fraud solutions, delivered across multiple geographies and markets. Prior to joining Bottomline, Eberle held leadership roles in the mobile computing and wireless data industries. Eberle currently serves on the board of PointClickCare and the nonprofit boards of End 68 Hours of Hunger and Exeter Hospital.
Sels serves as a trusted adviser to clients’ C-suites with a focus on maximizing their cyber program value and impact. Sels has more than 20 years technical and leadership experience in cybersecurity. Before joining BlackBerry Cylance, he was the founding CISO at DarkMatter LLC, a cybersecurity consulting firm. Sels has held the highest security clearances from a number of governments and has acted as a trusted adviser and management consultant to executives in several Fortune-50 companies, including Deutsche Bank, AXA Technology Services and ING.
Deckwerth, CISO at Stealth-ISS Group Inc., is a global cybersecurity executive, business owner and entrepreneur delivering cybersecurity services and thought leadership for various Fortune 100 clients, global enterprises and the U.S. government. She is in charge of global teams, growth of departments and geographic areas in cybersecurity consulting, integration and managed security services.
Finnegan has more than 10 years in cyber and information security, risk management, strategy and management, at a tactical and strategic board level. Understanding that data is the lifeblood of any organization, a big part of her job is providing the leadership and guidance needed to manage all risks to the security, integrity and availability of FNB’s proprietary and sensitive data, intellectual property and IT assets. , Finnegan has adopted a risk management, business process ‘aware’ approach, which builds strong relationships with FNB’s business units and stakeholders
Matone was awarded the CISO of the Year for 2019 in Luxembourg. She is a versatile and innovative cybersecurity professional with emphasis on cybersecurity risk management, policies and procedures creation, IT/IS security, IT operations, audit, risk mitigation, business process improvement and IT governance. Prior to her current role at EIB, Matone served as the senior operational risk and ISO for the European Stability Mechanism, the crisis resolution mechanism for euro area countries. Earlier in her career, Matone managed IT audit and compliance for Sobey's, a national grocery retailer in Canada, and handled audit, corporate development, M&A and growth strategies for George Weston, one of the Canada's largest publicly traded food processing and distribution companies.