Payment Security – Impact of regulations

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Arthur Van Der Merwe at AusPayNet | Simon Keates and Andrew Younger at Thales

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In the 1st and 2nd part of this 3-part webinar series, Thales a global leader in digital identity and security together with the Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) discussed evolving trends and technologies affecting the payments industry. The payments industry’s transformation to the digital economy to create new business opportunities and disrupt some of the current offerings has resulted in the explosive proliferation of sensitive data that is created, collected, exchanged and shared. So it’s no wonder regulators are ensuring that the regulatory agenda is at the top of the payment industry’s business priorities with particular focus on customer data protection, technical payment standards and money laundering whilst keeping cyber criminals at bay. This final webinar focuses on regulations impacting payments including: • Global regulations eg GDPR • Local regulations eg NDB, CPS 234 • PCI & AusPayNet • TrustID Presenters • Arthur Van Der Merwe, Information Security & Compliance Manager, AusPayNet • Simon Keates, Strategy Manager, Payment Security, Thales • Andrew Younger, Manager Solution Consultants, Thales

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