Payment Security is more than PCI DSS compliance. It is about protecting your institution from potential data compromise and financial loss, as well as the resulting reputational fall out. Given the situation we currently find ourselves in, it is more important than ever that your institution manages its risks around Payment Security effectively.
COVID-19 is undoubtedly creating opportunities for cyber criminals, and personal combined with payment data is one of the easiest assets to exploit and monetise. Protect your payers, staff and institution by ensuring your income collection solution is secure and fit for purpose, now and in the future.Register now
Payment Security is no longer a compliance box that needs to be ticked. It’s a critical strategy on its own and needs buy in and commitment from across Finance, IT and Information Management and at all levels of the institution. We invite all of our clients to attend this event, and encourage you to bring colleagues who can work with you to address payment security.
|Virtual Payment Security Conference - 16th June 2020|
Holger Bollmann, Director, WPM Education
|10:30-11:00||Cyber Threats to Payments and the Cyber Threat Landscape
Del Pillar, Consultant, Mastercard
|11:00-11:45||Understanding PCI DSS v4.0 and Learning from PFI Investigations
Jeremy King, International Director - Europe, PCI Security Standards Council
|12:00-12:30||Payment Security Management Best Practices in a New (Covid-19) World
Megan Baldwin, Consultant, WPM Payment Security
|12:30-12:50||Case Study: Strathclyde’s Journey to Compliance... Are we there yet?
Tracy Bennett, Financial PCI-DSS Compliance Officer, University of Strathclyde
Del Pillar, Mastercard; Jeremy King, PCI Security Standards Council; Megan Baldwin, WPM Payment Security and Tracy Bennett, University of Strathclyde
"A wealth of relevant information and the only event where University staff speak freely about their PCI and fraud experiences."
Tracy Vince, University of Portsmouth
"As always an extremely useful conference with talks from the security experts, and those in similar positions to ourselves."
Mark Gilbert, Anglia Ruskin University
"Really great speakers with wow factor information."
Helen Adam, The University of Edinburgh
"Informative with good tips on how to succeed with PCI compliance."
Carol Saward, University of Essex
"An excellent overview and knowledge share. I have already recommended colleagues to attend next year."
David Shaw, Oxford Brookes University
"It was really valuable to network, discuss issues with colleagues and hear some of the latest news within the security sector."
Vicky Gatward-Warner, University of Kent
"The conference was fantastic. Highly valuable information to take back and use as part of a wider review on our own processes."
Nicholas Budgen, Kingston University
"Always a great opportunity to network, keep up to date with future changes and best practice and pick up little nuggets of information that can help with what we are trying to achieve."
Spencer Pritchard, King's College London