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Promising a revolution in the kinds of devices that could become PIN Entry Devices (PEDs), PIN on Glass is an exciting yet controversial innovation. Will we soon be entering our PIN into mobile tablets, phones and IoT devices during our shopping experience? Can we turn any video screen into a commerce experience? Allowing these devices to accept PINs could establish a new landscape for payment technology providers, and its already begun in some parts of the world. This panel will cover the current state of the art around PIN on Glass, discuss the opportunities, the security and usability risks, and the challenges involved in regulation, PCI certification, and bank acceptance. Join the panel to hear how this technology could be changing the customer experience near you.
Research Director, Payments
James Wester is Research Director for IDC Financial Insights responsible for the global payments practice. Mr. Wester’s core research coverage includes the evolution of payment networks and technology, developing fraud and security risks, and legal and regulatory issues. Based on his background covering the mobile payment space, Mr. Wester’s research also includes a particular emphasis on mobile and alternative payment methods and the threats and opportunities now facing the entire payment ecosystem from evolving mobile technologies.
Previously, James was founding editor of Mobile Payments Today, the first news site dedicated to mobile payments, commerce and financial services. He also served as an affiliate analyst with Yankee Group covering mobile and emerging payments. Prior to launching Mobile Payments Today, Mr. Wester was Director of Corporate Communications for merchant acquirer Chase Paymentech.
Brad is a Platform Architect with Intel’s Internet of Things Group and is focused on developing solutions to protect and secure transactional data in retail environments. With Intel for twenty years, Brad is an internal entrepreneur utilizing lean startup, has 14 patents with more pending, sits on an internal IP committee, and enjoys a trusted advisor role with many top merchants to help build safer and richer technology-based customer experiences.
Vice President, Global Product and Innovation Risk
Foster City, California
Global Product and Innovation Risk
Chackan is an experienced payment industry executive having been with Visa since 2003. He is currently part of the Global Product and Innovation Risk team supporting Payment Innovation and Digital Products as their Risk Business Partner. Chackan has been a key leader in shaping the payment risk ecosystem having co-led the initiative that set the US on its path to EMV deployment. More recently Chackan and his team are also responsible for the development of industry best practices and security requirements that provide guidance to the global payment environment. Prior to joining Visa, Chackan was working in Asia and the UK bringing with him extensive expertise and experiences in Information Security at both the strategic and implementation level. Chackan is a graduate in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and also holds a Masters of Science in Information Security from the Royal Holloway College, University of London.
Mr. Scott Spiker is a principal partner at Rockledge Group LLC. Scott has over 30 years’ experience in the electronic card payments industry. Over 20 of those years have been in the security design and engineering of secure payment terminals and PIN entry devices. Scott knowledgeable in payment security standards and requirements with expertise in secure hardware design, cryptography, key management, PKI, protocols and systems implementations. Scott currently holds the chair position of the ANSI accredited X9 working group F6.
Chief Technology Officer
PCI Security Standards Council
CISSP, CISA, Chief Technology Officer, PCI Security Standards Council
Mr. Leach partners with Council representatives, Participating Organizations and industry leaders to develop comprehensive standards and strategies
to secure payment card data and the supporting infrastructure. He is a congressional subject matter expert on payment security and the current chairman of the Council’s Standards Committee. Prior to joining the Council, Mr. Leach held various positions in IT management, software development, systems administration, network engineering, security assessment, forensic analytics and incident response for data compromise. Mr. Leach holds a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications and Network Management as well as a graduate degree in Information Security Management from Syracuse University.