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PCI Compliance: Best Practices in Payment Card Security


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Cybersecurity: What Does It Mean for Your Organization?

Save $20 when combined with PCI Compliance.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
8 to 11 a.m.
Clarion Hotel, Eau Claire

 

55% of small businesses have had a data breach. Do you know how to protect your business?


Evaluating your compliance with PCI standards is a continual process. With the rapid growth in technology it is easier than ever to accept credit cards but it can also make you vulnerable to a security breach. This seminar will help you navigate the PCI standards and lower your risk of a costly breach.

The Payment Networks' Liability Shift takes effect October of 2015. Make sure you understand the facts about what this means.

You will:
  • Learn best practices in payment card security
  • Understand the self-assessment questionnaire
  • Gain the knowledge you need to evaluate your outside vendors
  • Walk away with valuable resources to help you improve your own processes
  • Understand what the new Payment Networks' Liability Shift means for you

Who should attend:

This program is for anyone that collects, stores, transmits, or processes credit card information including Finance Managers, Business Owners, Accountants, IS Managers, IT Specialists and Web Masters.

 

Presenters


Lara M. Barrineau, Vice President of Strategic Partner Management at First Data Corporation, has over 20 years of industry experience. She began her career with First Data Corporation in 1991 as an Operations Analyst and was quickly promoted through the ranks. She has experience in customer sales, product fulfillment, dispute resolution, and media retrieval services. In 2003 she became the Senior Director of Inside Sales and in 2009 she was promoted to Vice President, East Region, of FDS Regional Sales. Ms. Barrineau has been in her current position since 2011, where she utilizes her inside knowledge of merchant acquiring and processing to improve program design, coordination and implementation, and her skills in building lasting relationships with financial partners and merchant clients to help them achieve results.

Paul Johnson, Risk Advisory Senior Manager at Wipfli CPAs and Consultants, works with clients to assess, improve, and test the security of their information systems.  He also helps clients determine their compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and health care security compliance including HIPAA and HITECH. With over 20 years in the information technology (IT) and information security fields, Paul combines his various experiences with Wipfli's methodologies and processes to provide clients with sound advice and services to improve their technical environments.

Fee / CEUs

$70 per person. Fee includes program materials and refreshments. Participants attending this program will earn 3 Contact Hours / 0.3 CEUs. 

Save $20 when you attend both PCI Compliance and Cybersecurity: What Does It Mean for Your Organization? – both programs for $120.

 

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