14th PCI London, 26th January 2017, London, UK
“Informative, thought-provoking and well managed throughout the day. I’m definitely going to visit next year's event,” John Lewis IT
A rash of data breaches across the hotel, restaurant and retail sectors in the US – including a hack of the Oracle MICROS point-of-sale system and five other POS vendors has reminded us all that payment and card security is still the front line of cyber-security. PCI DSS is still the only specific standard against which merchants can benchmark the security of credit card data wherever it resides across the enterprise.
Interestingly, firms with poor compliance have been shown to have poor governance across the whole business. So PCI DSS compliance is part of good Corporate Governance itself. And with shareholders now publicly shorting the stocks of companies who have suffered data breaches, there is a new, board-level urgency to making sure customer personal data stays safe.
PCI London is the UK's largest gathering of payment risk and security professionals tasked with securing payments systems, protecting cardholder data and meeting PCI DSS requirements.
In January, the event will focus on PCI DSS best practice, maintaining compliance through legacy system replacement and the introduction of new payment channels and how keep your systems and internal processes flexible and scalable.
The agenda provides practical guidance and real-life case studies through a mix of strategic talks and technical breakout sessions to over 400 senior practitioners.
This event is essential for those interested in deepening their knowledge, catching up with peers and remaining ahead of the curve.