Vienna, VA (November 16, 2022) – The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) announced the results of the 2022 Board of Directors elections today. Rich Agostino, SVP and CISO at Target, and Dave Estlick, VP and CISO at Chipotle, were both re-elected for three-year terms on the board. Brett Cumming, senior director of information security at Skechers, and Steve Bonilla, executive director of information security at Wynn Las Vegas, were elected as new members of the board. Agostino will continue to serve as Board Chair, and Estlick will continue as Board Treasurer. Cumming and Bonilla will each serve as Directors.
“The RH-ISAC Board of Directors has some of the most dedicated professionals in cybersecurity,” said RH-ISAC President Suzie Squier. “Brett and Steve are valuable additions to our board, and I look forward to working with them alongside the rest of the RH-ISAC leadership.”
Brett Cumming is the senior leader responsible for information security at Skechers, a global footwear leader and The Comfort Technology Company™. As the information security officer, Brett is responsible for cybersecurity operations, security architecture and engineering, digital security, privacy and compliance, and global security strategy. Brett’s experience working in both business and engineering-focused tech roles provides a broad perspective that allows him to design and implement an information security strategy—one that successfully bridges risk management practices and business priorities while remaining effective and adaptable to the various unique regional and business unit requirements around the world. In addition to being an active participant with the RH-ISAC, he is a governing body member of the Evanta SoCal CISO community and a SANS Advisory Board member.
Steve Bonilla is the executive director of information security for Wynn Las Vegas, where he is responsible for protecting Wynn’s operations across North America. Bonilla leads a staff of analysts, coordinators, engineers, architects, and managers responsible for the security architecture/engineering and GRC efforts for Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Boston Harbor, Wynn Design and Development, and WynnBET. He is responsible for the strategic and tactical direction of Wynn’s extensive set of security tools and efforts to comply with Sarbanes Oxley, PCI-DSS, and Minimum Internal Control Standards for the Nevada and Massachusetts Gaming Commissions. Additionally, Bonilla is currently serving as the chapter president for the Las Vegas Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and is the organizer of the invite-only Las Vegas CISO Group.