PCI DSS 4.0, the latest in payment security methods

When:  Jun 14, 2022 from 18:00 to 21:30 (ET)

Join ISACA New England in-person at Fratello's for a buffet dinner and presentation.

No one engaged in security and compliance management should feel that their organization’s approach is random—controlled by outside events, circumstances or other people.

Numerous powerful solutions exist to help your organization take charge of its security compliance program’s destination. And that’s exactly what we’ll be exploring in this presentation. Ciske will present his analysis on the root causes of recent payment card industry security breaches, review the latest PCI DSS 4.0 and discuss methods to improve payment security. He’ll introduce a toolbox of management methods, models and frameworks to help simplify the complexity and achieve predictable results.

Ciske’s presentation includes insights from twenty years of payment card data security compliance management, and 14 years of research, condensed into 100 minutes of interactive conversation. The conversation will address the most important elements for strategic security management and discuss a logical and focused approach to achieve program success; i.e. how to develop, maintain and continuously improve a mature control environment that offers reasonable assurance for the effective, ongoing data protection in a consistent, predictable and sustainable manner.

2 CPEs will be awarded.

This is an in-person event only, there is no Zoom dial-in.

 

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm: Check-In and Buffet Dinner

6:00 pm - 7:40 pm: Presentation and Q&A

7:40 pm - 8:30 pm: Desserts and Networking

 

Ciske van Oosten is Head of the Global Business Intelligence division within the Security Assurance Consulting practice of the Verizon Business Group. A renowned thought leader and innovator in payment security solutions, he leads the writing, research, data science, and publication of the Verizon Payment Security Report (PSR).The PSR is the leading global research publication on payment security. First released in 2010, the publication contains comprehensive perspective and ground-breaking insight on the global state of payment security. The PSR annual report introduces new frameworks and models for addressing evolving data security challenges.

 As a payments industry visionary and entrepreneur with 30 years of experience, Ciske’s involvement in payment security and compliance dates back to 2001 when he initiated and developed the precursor of the PCI Data Security Standard. In 2002, he established and directed the first Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) organization and trained the original compliance and assessor teams established across the globe. Prior to joining and leading the Verizon PCI Security Practice in 2008, he held executive management positions in several influential security start-ups. Ciske is a well-known speaker on security and compliance performance management who regularly encourages the rethinking of security management performance development. He is a strong advocate of sustainable control effectiveness and decision making skills as an antidote for data compromises. Ciske holds a masters degree in Information Security, an honors degree in Auditing, and a wide range of additional security industry qualifications.

Location

Fratello's Italian Grille - Manchester
155 Dow Street
Manchester, NH 03101
USA
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