Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Governance & Risk Management , IT Risk Management

Ensuring Security as Retailers Reopen

Fortinet's Courtney Radke on Protecting Payment Card Data
Courtney Radke, Retail CISO, Fortinet

As the retail and restaurant industries get back to work, there are concerns over how best to protect payment card and customer data as contactless technologies grow in popularity, says Courtney Radke of Fortinet, who offers strategies to mitigate these risks and comply with regulations and standards, such as PCI DSS.

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In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, Radke discusses security issues that will be addressed in an upcoming series of virtual roundtables. Those include:

  • The security challenges retailers and restaurants are facing as they reopen;
  • How organizations can better secure customer and payment card data as the use of contactless technologies increase;
  • The best practices for ensuring organizations are complying with security and privacy regulations and standards.

Radke has spent the last 10 years guiding retail network strategy and building and securing networks for retailers. As Retail CISO at Fortinet, Radke uses his skills and experience as a former customer technology leader to provide real-world solutions to retailers.


About the Author

Scott Ferguson

Scott Ferguson

Managing Editor, News Desk

Ferguson is the managing editor for the news desk at Information Security Media Group. He's been covering the IT industry for more than 13 years. Before joining ISMG, Ferguson was editor-in-chief at eWEEK and director of audience development for InformationWeek. He's also written and edited for Light Reading, Security Now, Enterprise Cloud News, TU-Automotive, Dice Insights and DevOps.com.




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