Certified Payment Security Practitioner (CPSP) - Organized by Network Intelligence

Starts:  Jan 22, 2024 06:00 (SG)
Ends:  Jan 25, 2024 10:00 (SG)
Associated with  Manila Chapter


The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a global standard that provides a baseline of operational & technical requirements designated to protect payment data. PCI DSS v4.0 is the next evolution of the standard.
PCI DSS v4.0 replaces version 3.2.1 to address emerging threats and technologies and enable innovative methods to combat new threats. This version associates the protection of payment data with new controls to address sophisticated cyber attacks.

Why CPSP v2.0?

The CPSP v2.0 training will cover the entire payment ecosystem and the latest PCI DSS v4.0 standard which will help participants in understanding the intent and objective of each PCI DSS v4.0 requirement. The CPSP v2.0 training will also provide participants with a platform where they can understand a PCI QSA’s (Payment Card Industry Qualified Security Assessor) perspective of validating a PCI DSS v4.0 requirement. In the past few years, we have seen massive breaches at organizations such as Target and Equifax. In many cases, these organizations were compliant with PCI DSS. Yet, breaches happened, and, in most cases, the breach was notified to the impacted company by an outside agency. Investments in complying with these standards are in addition to technology investments made by companies in anti-viruses, firewalls, security incidents, event management systems, etc. The traditional checkbox approach to cybersecurity no longer works.

Objectives of the PCI DSS compliance program

• Building a framework for securing payment card data
• Guidance to professionals for protecting customer data
• Ensuring security and not just compliance
• Going beyond the traditional checklist-based approach for security
• Taking a risk-based approach to implementing security controls
• Winning end customer’s trust

Couse Fee:

ISACA Member: USD150$

Regular Fee: USD200$


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