Friends When it Comes To the Breach Wars

Kenyon, Christopher
August 2010
Bank Technology News;Aug2010, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
An interview with executive vice president and chief information officer of Elavon Inc. Christopher Kenyon is presented. He discusses the sharing of security information among processors and security interoperability. He elaborates his involvement in the Information Sharing Council and how it contributes to his focus on improving security information. Kenyon also defines on how the format-preserving encryption could help in terms of driving adoption of the technology.


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