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Matt Fearin

CISO, Epsilon

Matt Fearin is Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Epsilon, with enterprise-wide responsibility for information security and compliance, including policy, procedures and guidelines for Epsilon and its affiliates. Matt also oversees the security risk management functions and drives the direction of the information security architecture. Additionally, he manages the ongoing execution of applications, data protection, voice and data communications systems as well as all information security systems monitoring, analysis, detection and incident response processes. Matt brings over 25 years of IT experience spanning information security, data privacy, enterprise risk management, product development and delivery and resiliency.  He has in-depth expertise securing high volume customer financial transaction environments, specifically within banking and personal investments. An industry thought leader, Matt has spoken at numerous events including the RSA Conference, Evanta CISO Summit, Executive Alliance and more. Matt earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Kentucky and is an accredited Information Security Officer.

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In today’s digital world, data security is more important than ever. Cyber attacks are all too common and no company is immune. It’s estimated that in 2016 alone, over 200 million data records have been breached from both consumer-facing and B2B companies. And that’s just what has been detected and reported. It’s an absolute certainty there will...