PayPal CTO: Security, mobility to spur growth

Thursday, 14 June 2007, 1:03 AM EST

PayPal's Chief Technology Officer, Scott Thompson, is a prime example of what might be called the "payments geek."

It's a label that Thompson earned the hard way, with stints at Coopers and Lybrand delivering IT solutions to financial services clients, then as CIO at Barclays Global Investors, before becoming Executive Vice President of Technology Solutions at Inovant, Visa's IT subsidiary, where he was in charge of that company's global payment system.

At InfoWorld.

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