Theresa Payton Selected as Keynote Speaker for 2015 Secure Cash & Transport Association Conference

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The Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA) announces the selection of Theresa Payton as the keynote speaker for its second annual conference.

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The SCTA conference takes place September 22-24, 2015 at the Hyatt Chicago, Magnificent Mile.

The SCTA conference is designed to support the Secure Cash & Transport Association’s mission to protect, strengthen, and unite the cash-in-transit and cash servicing industries.

The Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA), a nonprofit group representing professionals in ATM servicing, cash handling and processing, transportation, and safekeeping of cash and coin throughout North America, announces the selection of Theresa Payton as the keynote speaker for its second annual conference. Ms. Payton was the first female White House Chief Information Officer, overseeing IT operations for the President and his staff from 2006 to 2008.

The SCTA conference takes place September 22-24, 2015 at the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile. Theresa Payton is the cybersecurity expert companies turn to for strengthening IT security. Her broad executive experience managing security for the White House, large banking firms like Bank of America and Wells Fargo, and her extensive client list as CEO of security, risk and fraud consulting company, Fortalice, LLC, has made her one of the foremost authorities on Internet security, securing Big Data, and IT risk mitigation. She was named one of the Top 25 Most Influential People in Security by Security Magazine.

Ms. Payton will offer the keynote address at the 2015 SCTA conference. In her address she will describe the challenges in the fascinating world of cybersecurity, including experience-based insights on methods companies can use to protect themselves against the rapidly evolving threat of cyberattacks.

The SCTA 2015 Conference will feature informative sessions, networking opportunities, and exhibits. A preliminary agenda includes topics related to the state of the cash-in-transit industry, an update on the Federal Reserve Bank, a review of FinCEN activity, ABA Cyber Security regulations, the latest on what’s happening with BitCoin, trends in the ATM industry, trends in robbery and fraud, cash management and regulation in the cannabis industry, and other topics important for the secure transport industry.

The conference is designed to support the Secure Cash & Transport Association’s mission to protect, strengthen, and unite the cash-in-transit and cash servicing industries.

Details about the event, registration information, and association membership details can be found at the new mobile-friendly event website at http://scta.securetransportassociation.org/.

About the Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA)

The Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA) is a non-profit association established in 2013 to represent the shared interests of professionals and stakeholders in ATM servicing, cash handling/processing, transportation, and safekeeping of cash and coin throughout North America. Founding members include Cash Connect-ATM Solutions by WSFS Bank, Coin Wrap, Inc., Davis Bancorp, Great American Insurance Group Fidelity/Crime Division, Griffin Incorporated, Loomis, Lowers Risk Group, Marshall & Sterling, Rochester Armored Car Company, Inc., Elan, Willis Fine Art, and Jewelry & Specie USA. Industry groups represented by the association include armored operators, insurance providers, truck builders, financial institutions, ATM cash providers, coin wrappers, security surveys and compliance providers, and loss adjustors.

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