2-sec Exhibiting at the PCI Europe Community Meeting
Join 2-sec at the PCI Community Meeting in Edinburgh – 18-20 October
What is PCI SSC?
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council is a global forum that develops, maintains and manages the PCI Security Standards, which include the Data Security Standard (DSS), Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS), and PIN Transaction Security (PTS) Requirements.
The Council’s five founding global payment brands — American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard and Visa Inc. – have incorporated the PCI DSS as the technical requirements for their data security compliance programs. Each founding member also recognises the practitioners and companies – Qualified Security Assessors and Approved Scanning Vendors — certified by the PCI Security Standards Council as being qualified to validate compliance to the PCI DSS, making the Council a centralised resource for access to standards and services approved by all five payment brands.
What are Community Meetings?
Community Meetings are an opportunity for attendees to hear from Council staff and industry experts, who will share the latest technology and security updates, and ways to get involved.
Participation in the PCI SCC Community Meeting provides attendees the opportunity to meet face to face with the PCI Security Standards Council and industry leaders, such as 2-sec, to discuss and share feedback on experiences implementing PCI Standards, suggested revisions and any plans for new standards or guidance to be released. The meeting offers the chance to network with peers across global regions and industry markets, register for PCI training sessions and gain insight into other Council programs and resources.
Payment professionals and suppliers to the industry are facing a rapidly changing environment. The PCI Community Meeting offers a unique venue where you will find ideas and solutions in meeting the challenges ahead with 2-sec.
Come and see us at Booth 25!
Free registration and more information here: http://events.pcisecuritystandards.org/edinburgh-2016/