PCI DSS – Meeting Changing Requirements & Maintaining Compliance
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard has been in force for over six years. But after years of dedicated resource application, and despite the threat of substantial financial penalties, many businesses still fail to comply with the basic requirements to protect credit card data from data theft.
From the outset, the Corporate IT Forum has collated and made available a wealth of detailed factual information on applying the PCI DSS requirement, and dispelled circling myths about risk-based approaches, outsourcing, scope, and PCI compliant applications. But ongoing refinement of the standard underlines the need for organisations to keep on top of requirements - and market changes. Meeting the challenge of ‘mobile' is now a priority.
Please Note: The timing of the release of the new PCI DSS V3.0 and its content will not be clear until Q3 2013. Consequently the precise timing and content of this workshop are subject to change.
Corporate IT Forum workshops are requested by and specifically designed for IT professionals striving for best practice in the corporate environment. Free from supplier involvement, delegates receive real-world information from experienced and unbiased peers.
This workshop is currently in development. The date and venue are subject to change. More information on this workshop will be posted as soon as available.
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