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"He knows from Bloomberg that it's not a thankful job," says [Dave Aitel]. "People don't come up to you and say, 'Hey, good job on stopping all those attacks.' They only come to you when something bad happens. There's no positive feedback in that job - only negative. So it takes a special brain to say, 'I'm doing a good job. I know it internally. I don't have to have external feedback on that.'"

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									Stephen Scharf, global CISO of Experian
Building programs, assuring budgets and guarding against future threats are
all in a day’s work for Experian’s Stephen Scharf, reports Illena Armstrong.




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