PCI DSS Refresh: The Challenge of Compliance in an Era of Constant Change
Digitalisation is constantly moving the goalposts for compliance teams as organisations struggle to cope with changing customer demands, revolutions in payment channels and other core security business issues.
Tuesday 25th June 2019
10:00 - 10:30
Who should attend: IT & Technical Decision Makers, Business Owners, Managing Directors
But what are the consequences where GDPR and PCI DSS are concerned? For some, the holy grail is to avoid compliance all together (only 52.2% of organisations were PCI compliant by the close of 2018*). However, as fraudsters become more sophisticated in cyber-security, merchants and card companies need to be vigilant and continue to make digital environments safer for sensitive data and avoid big fines. So, what can you do?
2019 provides an opportunity to take a fresh look at compliance without any impending deadlines and with the benefit of better developed industry standard approaches.
In this webinar, GCI’s compliance experts will talk you through the PCI DSS landscape in 2019. We’ll specifically look at some of the solutions available, including Live Agent; a secure telephone payment solution which allows card payments to be taken without the agent seeing or hearing the data for optimal PCI compliance. Whichever phase organisations find themselves in, PCI does not have to be a time and resource intensive process, and there are scalable solutions for every modern enterprise.
What you get at this exclusive free webinar:
- A refresh of PCI DSS in 2019:
- What’s new for PCI DSS? A look at version 3.2.1.
- What are the key priorities this year for PCI DSS, and what are the main hurdles (technical and user) in implementing them?
- How can you maintain compliance cost-effectively?
- Learn about the dual secure payment platforms available to overcome these hurdles; all of which sit on GCI’s highly certified level 1 accredited PCI platform.
- The next steps you should take towards compliance in 2019 to keep up with broader technology trends/digitalisation.
*2018 Verzion payment security report
YOUR EVENT EXPERTS
Brad Semp - Director of Contact Centre Compliance at GCI
Brad is responsible for the positioning and development of GCI’s Level 1 PCI Certified Payment Card Industry and GDPR Compliance solutions. Advising an array of organisations from a widespread list of sectors and verticals, he has extensive business development and consultancy expertise.Connect on LinkedIn
Martin Morris - Director of Contact Centre Compliance at GCI
Martin is an experienced technology sales professional who heads up GCI’s Contact Centre Team. Supported by an extensive blend of operational and technical knowledge, the team specialise in delivering Managed Service solutions which tackle complex compliance challenges whilst increasing business efficiencies.Connect on LinkedIn