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Why the Latest PCI 2.0 Update Matters to You
The latest update to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provided guidance on a few gray areas that had been of major concern to merchants and payment processors. This virtual trade show examines the changes from PCI DSS v1.2 to PCI DSS v2.0 and what it means to enterprises, technology implementers and auditors. Our security experts will offer a step-by-step walkthrough of PCI requirements 1-12. Security professionals will learn what they can do to make PCI DSS effective and manageable in 2011 and beyond.
- Understanding PCI DSS compliance with a Q&A with Jeremy King, European Director of PCI Security Standards Council
- PCI DSS: The Next Generation: Making it Work for 2011 and Beyond
- PCI DSS 2.0: Inside PCI Requirements 1-6
- PCI DSS 2.0: Inside PCI Requirements 7-12
Security professionals will be offered guidance on virtualization, clarity on scoping, as well as insight into the PCI Security Standards Council’s decision to update to a three-year cycle, and how to best handle the new timetable.
SpeakersEd Moyle Founding Partner, SecurityCurve
Ed Moyle is a founding partner with New Hampshire-based information security and compliance consulting firm Security Curve. Moyle previously worked as a senior manager with CTG’s global security practice, and prior to that served as vice president and information security officer to Merrill Lynch Investment Managers.Diana Kelley Partner, SecurityCurve
Diana Kelley is a partner with Amherst, N.H.-based consulting firm SecurityCurve. She formerly served as vice president and service director with research firm Burton Group. She has extensive experience creating secure network architectures and business solutions for large corporations and delivering strategic, competitive knowledge to security software vendors.Jeremy King European Director, PCI Security Standards Council
Jeremy leads the SSC's efforts in increasing adoption and awareness of the PCI Security Standards in the European region. Mr. King works closely with the Council's General Manager and representatives of its policy-setting executive committee from American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa Inc. His chief responsibilities include gathering feedback from the merchant and vendor community, coordinating research and analysis of PCI SCC managed standards in European markets, and driving education efforts and Council membership recruitment through active involvement in local and regional events, industry conferences and meetings with key stakeholders. He also serves as a resource for Approved Scanning Vendors (ASV), Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) and related staff in supporting the regional training, certification and testing programs.