16th PCI London, 25 January 2018, London, UK
“It was a truly inspiring and educational experience. The knowledge of the speakers in exceptional and network opportunities aplenty,”
Group Data Protection Officer, European Tyre Enterprise
“Nearly half (44.6%) of companies still fail to protect payment card data on an ongoing basis,”
Verizon 2017, Payment Security Report
2018 is a year of deadlines in payment and data security and privacy. A number of new requirements, notably around multi-factor authentication and SSL/TLS, become mandatory. GDPR, with all its overlaps into payment data, becomes enforceable in July.
More generally, as more and more business is conducted online and without cash, strong payment and customer data security are not simply the sunk costs of regulatory or compliance requirements, they are the lifeblood of any company.
Cybersecurity is the price of digital transformation and risk and compliance in global payments is mission critical.
So what is the security outlook for the next generation of payment technologies? How do merchants secure their environments? How do service providers keep up with the new regulatory demands? And what about gateway and solution providers?
And what about the more basic issues of gaining and maintaining compliance? Why is the daily management and maintenance of PCI DSS effectiveness still proving so challenging? How does this process mesh with the looming GDPR date - are the technical solutions favoured within PCI DSS such as P2PE, multi-factor authentication,3D Secure and encryption the best way to cope with the security – and the privacy – requirements of the directive?
The 16th PCI London will look at the latest in the processes and technologies used to protect payment and personal data. There will be real-life case studies, strategic talks and technical break-out sessions from PCI teams behind some of the world’s most admired brands, who know, just like you, that payment security is now more important to business than ever.