Episode 8

The Moral Reason for Security

Different reasons can motivate different behaviors. Security can be driven by a standard of which you meet the minimum level required. Security can be put in place to protect the organization against loss. What about the good of the client? Managing client data and assets and organizational responsibility should provide at least equal motivation to secure the data, systems, building and people. Using examples from personal experience and stories from movies the reasons and motivations for good security are discussed in depth.

In this podcast, Craig Jeffery caught up with Mark Cuneo in our offices again. This time it was to dissect what he means by the moral reason for security. Mark is a card security expert from CardConnect, a First Data Company. Join in on this conversation at strategictreasurer.com/podcast or from wherever you normally download podcasts.

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6 – Why Compliance Makes You Vulnerable

Setting your target as compliance with a security standard like PCI-DSS or SWIFT-CSP means you are accepting an older standard as your minimum. In this podcast, Craig Jeffery interviews Mark Cuneo a card security expert from CardConnect, a First Data Company to explore why that target is a problem and what the proper security viewpoint should be.