Getting PCI compliance and IT security right

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Getting PCI compliance and IT security right
Getting PCI compliance and IT security right

Getting PCI compliance and IT security right

Date: Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT

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The Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standard (DSS) is known as one of the most prescriptive industry regulations in the marketplace. Yet, even with all the details provided on ways to keep critical corporate assets secure, while, at the same time, get compliant with DSS, it still proves confounding to many executive leaders. Questions around the proper technologies to implement, the best strategies to focus on or the right security measures for newer IT technologies now being adopted by many organizations still abound.

In this webcast, we hear from a leading expert about some of the tactical and strategic steps one can consider with attempting to get PCI compliant and also keep critical data safe from cyber attacks.

Featured speakers
Ward Spangenberg, director of security operations, Zynga
Fabian Oliva, global PCI competency leader, IBM
Ilena Armstrong, editor-in-chief, SC Magazine

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