In today’s world where cashless payments are surpassing cash transactions, organizations are under pressure to make payment and data security their number one priority. Sensitive transactional payment data is a hot commodity on the dark web and hackers are always on the lookout for vulnerabilities that serve as easy targets for cyber attacks. Compromised data means compromised trust, which is why data security is so critical to business success.
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Today, organizations are faced with the challenge of not just protecting customer data, but also adhering to strict data security regulations and compliance standards. Regulatory and standards bodies, along with governments are regularly publishing new requirements compelling organizations to step up their efforts in securing sensitive data. A recent example of this would be the new “key bundling” requirement released by the PCI Security Council requiring organizations to increase security for encrypted keys. Many organizations in the payments ecosystem understand that security and compliance should go hand in hand, but struggle to address both in an effective and cost-efficient way.
Register for this Utimaco webinar to learn about:
•The threats and challenges associated with payment data security
•Legacy vs New Payment use cases and the associated security implications
•Evolving payment data security regulations (laws) and standard – PCI DSS, PCI HSM, PCI Keyblocks, PSD2
•How to be secure while meeting compliance
Haris Sethi, Utimaco
Haris is a Senior Systems Engineer at Utimaco specializing in payment security, compliance and innovation. Working for Utimaco Information Security unit, Haris brings almost a decade of payment security related experience working for companies like MasterCard, Barclaycard, and Thales.