Check the security maturity of your Retail POS environment

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Andy Mattice, Solutions Enablement, Lexmark; Ron Zahavi, Chief Strategist for IoT Standards, Microsoft Azure IoT

About this talk

Internet-connected devices, from point-of-sale payment devices such as signature scanners, to audit-logging devices such as printers and cash dispensers, have dramatically increased retail industry security threats. New threats are constantly emerging, and attackers are becoming more capable and organized. At the same time, compliance requirements for security and data protection are becoming more stringent. Retail organizations are rightly concerned about developing robust security and data protection plans. Retail establishments need to take a structured, top-down approach toward setting goals and a means to assess the current security state, trading off investment against risk in a sensible manner. This webinar takes concepts identified in the IIC Industrial Internet Security Framework and the IoT SMM Practitioner’s Guide and will help retail organization stakeholders determine their security needs. First, business stakeholders use the model to define security goals and objectives tied to risks. Then, technical teams within the retail organization, or third-party assessment vendors, map these objectives into tangible security techniques and capabilities, and identify an appropriate target security maturity level. Attendees will learn how to match their investment with their security needs as they migrate their point-of-sale devices within the IOT world.

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