Stacy Hughes

WNET (Women's Network in Electronic Transactions) Corporate Visionary Member, SVP, IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, Global Payments Inc.

Ms. Hughes serves as SVP – IT Governance, Risk and Compliance for Global Payments Inc. (NYSE: GPN), a leading worldwide provider of payment technology and software solutions. Headquartered in Atlanta with approximately 11,000 employees worldwide, GPN is a member of the S&P 500 with customers and partners in 32 countries. She has responsibility for the IT and Security compliance functions worldwide – including external, merchant and payment operations. Ms. Hughes represents GPN on the PCI Security Standards Council Board of Advisors.

Stacy Hughes's Events

Driving Positive Change for Diversity in Payments - A Panel Discussion

Date: Wednesday, Sep 18

Track One (Closing the Gap with Diversity in Payment Security)

Closing the Gap with Diversity in Payment Security
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Moderated by: Robin Trickel, CISSP, Vice President, Industry Engagement, American Express Global Network

Panelists: Stacy Hughes, WNET (Women's Network in Electronic Transactions) Corporate Visionary Member, SVP, IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, Global Payments Inc.; Lance J. Johnson, Executive Director, PCI Security Standards Council and Amy Zirkle, Board of Advisors PCI SSC, Electronic Transactions Association (ETA)

Scoping…A Week That Pays Results in Complex Environments

Date: Wednesday, Sep 18

Track Two

Presented by: Walid Barakat, Vice President - External Compliance, Global Payments Inc and Stacy Hughes, WNET (Women's Network in Electronic Transactions) Corporate Visionary Member, SVP, IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, Global Payments Inc.

This presentation examines engagement internally within Global Payments to: 1) review cardholder data flow diagrams, 2) significant changes, 3) cloud environments, 4) sampling, 5) upfront evidence gathering, 6) utilizing ISAs, 7) benefits related to ongoing security posture and compliance efforts, 8) control metrics, and 9) overall governance through the IT GRC team. This approach has helped to gain efficiencies and knowledge of Global’s environments with their assessors.