The Future of PCI with John Elliott
Date: Tuesday, 19th July 2016
Registration: 9.30 - 10.00
Meeting: 10.00 - 12.30
Place: Central London
Speaker: John Elliott, ex-Head of Payment Security at Visa Europe & PCI standards working group member
With the plethora of changes to the way the industry accepts payments (apple/android pay, tokens and the internet of paying things come to mind), there is a keen interest to look at different ways the standards could evolve.
Topics we will be exploring:
- Integration of IoPT (Internet of Paying Things) - where do we start and where will we go?
- the effect of EMV tokens - what this means for PCI
- tactics of the modern attacker- what are they doing and how are we countering?
- Payment policies - PCI, PSD-2, GDPR - how does it all fit?
This is a great opportunity to raise any questions & share learnings with others in the community- your contribution to this topic is invaluable.
To register for this group please email email@example.com or call on 0207 307 5031.
About PCI DSS
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (or PCI DSS for short) is a set of complex regulations which all businesses taking credit card payments must go through. Although the exact requirements for each merchant to achieve PCI DSS compliance are dependent on the number of transactions taken annually, the requirements broadly fall into two parts: scanning and auditing.
The PCI User Group was formed back in 2005 for merchants and retailers to come together and talk about the issues surrounding PCI DSS. The aim is for merchants to be able to share experiences with fellow professionals, and to learn from the different businesses and sectors that attend the meeting.
Guest speakers are regularly in attendance, and include acquiring banks as well as representatives from Visa and MasterCard. This gives merchants the opportunity to hear the latest developments in PCI and to ask questions regarding their specific situations.
The PCI DSS User Group is chaired by ProCheckUp, and meets every 6-8 weeks. It is held in central London. If you would like to join the group, please use this link to register your interest and to be notified of future meeting dates.