PCI 4.0 is here. It's not to late. Let's get to work!

When:  Apr 3, 2024 from 12:00 to 13:00 (CT)
Associated with  Saint Louis Chapter

Wednesday. April 3rd @ Noon (CST)

Registration closes @ 5PM the day before the event

Virtual (Zoom Webinar. Link will be sent to email address specified approximately 24 hours before the event, one hour before, and near the start of the event.)

Dan Yarger
Director of Information Security Assessment Services
Parameter Security

Delve into the intricate technical and operational nuances accompanying the transition from PCI DSS
Version 3.2.1 to the latest 4.0. Explore the shifts in security considerations evolving compliance dynamics and gain actionable insights for a smooth implementation journey.

Unravel the upgraded standards and understand the real-world impact of these changes. This session provides a detailed roadmap, empowering attendees to navigate the complex landscape of PCI DSS 4.0 confidently. Join me for an insightful analysis that illuminates the refined security measures, equipping you to embrace the future of secure payment transactions.

Speaker Biography
Dan started his career at the age of 14, serving as IT support for his dad's bookstore. Dan graduated from Illinois State University with a bachelor's degree in Telecommunications Management and worked in telecommunications out of college. He became a contractor for the US Air Force conducting compliance and policy work, and leading a small team of contractors by the end of his five years there. He gained more experience in security, surveillance, and access controls at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis before starting at Parameter. Dan combines his experience in compliance, security, and team leadership to serve Parameter Security in a variety of capacities. He oversees a team of assessors at Parameter who perform security assessments. He also conducts forensic investigations, both at home and abroad. 

Dan is the head Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) at Parameter Security, helping clients better align with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Outside of work, Dan is active at church, serving as the unofficial head of security and official worship tech minister, working lights, sound, and live video streaming. Dan also worked at the Haunted Mansion and tries to make his way back to Disney every year with his wife.

CPE Credits
Attendees are responsible for submitting their own CPE to ISACA. Attendance will be recorded in Engage as evidence.


Online Instructions:
Url: http://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tW6SUXa9T2CMOGbDp65vnQ
Login: Link will be sent to email address specified approximately 24 hours before the event, one hour before, and near the start of the event.

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