The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a globally recognised information security standard for organisations that store, process or transmit cardholder information. With the collaboration of five major international credit card companies, the standard was created to improve controls around cardholder data for the purposes of reducing credit card fraud.
As has been seen in a number of high profile cases in New Zealand and around the world, data security breaches are an increasing concern for business in a world where e-commerce is becoming the norm.
The American Chamber of Commerce, in association with Debitsuccess, invites you to come along to this informative event to hear more on what business needs to know about PCI DSS.
This is an ideal event for any business or organization that holds customer / client credit card details and wants to know what they need to do to be compliant with the compulsory PCI DSS compliance requirement being introduced in New Zealand. CFOs, CIO and retailers who are increasingly moving their business online will find it especially useful.
1. Roger Greyling (SecurityAssessment.com)
Roger is an experienced security consultant with Security-Assessment.com (a Dimension Data company), which assists organisations seeking to comply with the PCI DSS. As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), his primary role is to assist merchants and service providers to understand, achieve and maintain compliance with the PCI DSS. His experience has shown that organisations in New Zealand are falling behind the rest of the world in regard to PCI DSS compliance, which is making us a softer target for hackers.
2. Steven Holmes (CIO, Debitsuccess)
Steven is an experienced software technologist, bringing proven systems development, technical consultancy and architectural experience to his role of Chief Information Officer at Debitsuccess. Steven will be providing an overview of the Debitsuccess experience in achieving and maintaining PCI DSS Level 1 compliance for two years running, and the challenges the company faced in the process. He will provide useful recommendations for businesses that are considering undertaking the compliance process.
3. Shona Regan (PCI Compliance Manager, Westpac)
Shona Regan has background of 15 years in Card Fraud and Security and today works as PCI Compliance Manager for Westpac New Zealand, assisting both the IT and non-IT side of the business to get to grips with PCI compliance. She will talk about what happens to credit card transactions within the banking environment and what banks do to protect and securing their information. She will also share their learning and experience of PCI compliance to date, and what it will mean for retailers.
RSVP Thursday 19th October 2012
Registrations will not be refunded if bookings are cancelled after Thursday 19th October 2012.