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Stewart Names Genady Vishnevetsky New Chief Information Security Officer
Jul 27, 2015
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Stewart has announced that Genady Vishnevetsky has been hired as chief information security officer (CISO). As a strategic planner and visionary leader, Vishnevetsky has a proven track record helping organizations develop well-rounded, methodical security programs that align with business objectives and are sensitive to risk tolerance.

“Genady brings more than two decades of leadership and technical expertise in security and technology operations to his new role,” said Brad Rable, chief information officer, Stewart. “I know he will enhance our current Security and Compliance team and am excited that he will be joining Stewart.”

In his last role as the vice president of security and information security officer at Paymetric, Vishnevetsky built cybersecurity, governance and compliance programs for the country’s fifth largest payment processor of card-not-present electronic payments. The company received a high rating by an independent third-party security assessor. Vishnevetsky also built a Security Operation Center (people, processes and technology) to deliver an effective, around-the-clock threat monitoring, detection, and response system.

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