Retail Breaches and the Payoff from Information SharingBrian Engle of R-CISC on the Changing Face of Cybercrime
It has been roughly two years now since the advent of the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center. How has information sharing improved cyber defenses against fraud? And how have criminals upped their game? Brian Engle of R-CISC shares insight.
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In a video interview recorded at ISMG's San Francisco Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit, Engle discusses:
- How retail fraud has shifted post-EMV rollout in the U.S.;
- How that shift has enabled a new generation of criminals;
- The role of information sharing in improving fraud detection among retailers.
At the recent SF event, Engle presented on the topic of Disrupting the Model of Retail Cyber Crime
As executive director of R-CISC, Engle has led the organization from its inception as a trusted resource for cybersecurity information sharing and intelligence for risk and fraud mitigation. Bringing together consumer-facing organizations in retail and consumer products, along with elements of their supply chains and ecosystem, R-CISC helps protect against advancing cyberthreats and attacks. In addition to R-CISC, Engle is an advisory partner of the ISAO Standards Organization, alongside the University of Texas at San Antonio and LMI Government Consulting, where he develops standards and guidelines. Engle has worked as a professional in information security and technology for more than 25 years, holding CISO and cybersecurity coordinator titles, as well as leadership positions in the banking, manufacturing and high-tech industries.