- Michaels Stores' Breach Ups the Ante for Retail Data Security
- Do Retailers Care About Customers’ Data Security?
- Webinar: What to Do NOW to Protect Stores Against Data Breaches
- Taking the Blame — and the Lead — to Unite Against Data Breaches
- Family Dollar in chain wide roll out of Checkpoint loss prevention technology
Minneapolis — Target Corp. has named Brad Maiorino as senior VP, chief information security officer, a new position added as the chain overhauls its security department in the wake of its data breach. Maiorino comes to Target from General Motors, where he was the company’s chief information security and information technology risk officer. Prior to that, he was the chief information security officer at General Electric.
“Having led this critical function at two of the country’s largest companies, Brad is widely recognized as one of the nation’s top leaders in the complex, evolving areas of information security and risk,” said Bob DeRodes, executive VP and CIO, Target. “As an organization, we have made a commitment to our guests and our team that Target will be a retail leader in information security and protection. We believe Brad is the right person to lead that charge.”
Maiorino, who joins Target effective June 16, will be responsible for Target’s information security and technology risk strategy helping to ensure that the company, its shoppers and associates are protected from internal and external information security threats. He will report to DeRodes.
"I am looking forward to joining the Target team and helping them continue the progress they have made to be a retail leader in information security and protection,” said Maiorino. “I am confident that the combination of a strong team and the leadership commitment will enable us to achieve that objective.”