Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is CIO of ProPay. Mark has over 24 years in the IT industry. Prior to joining ProPay in early 2008, Mark was senior vice president of IT and security officer for one of the nation's Top 25 issuing and acquiring banks. Mark's experience includes software development of financial systems for a multibillion dollar organization, director of computer science for a Salt Lake City-based junior college, and director of technology operations for FranklinCovey. Mark has also served in the United States Air Force as a statistician where he earned the Air Force Commendation Medal. Mark holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Idaho State University and a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Mark is also a Certified Payment-Card Industry Security Manager (CPISM). He can be reached at [email protected]

How to Reduce Security Risks Associated with Storing Credit Card Data

Companies that follow best practices in data security have a risk assessment program. As outlined by the United States General Accounting Office (GAO), risk assessments "provide a basis for...

Latest Posts

Masergy Performance Edge Solves the Unsolvable Middle Mile Problem

SD-WANs and SASE are red hot today and they should be, as they are the most transformative technologies for the WAN since, well, maybe...

The Konftel C2070: Green Huddle Room Video Solution

Thanks to the pandemic, I’m getting in many Huddle Room solutions to test, and one of them that stands out is the Konftel C2070. ...

Oracle Cloud’s Ross Brown on Oracle and Multicloud Computing

Ross Brown, VP of Product Marketing for Oracle Cloud, discusses trends in multicloud, and points out key differentiators for Oracle Cloud. There are a...

Microsoft Integrates Dynamic 365 And Teams Even More

Last week, Microsoft held its annual Inspire conference and announced many new features and collaborations. My first blog of the Inspire event covered Microsoft's...

Six Tenets of Modern Cybersecurity Training

Classroom training is rarely able to address the needs of all students. Some students will require extra time and instruction, while others may grasp...