PCI DSS for Engineers
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 10:00 AM (EDT)
PCI DSS can be one of the most infuriating set of standards on the compliance landscape. While it seems simple – six domains and twelve requirements – the art of interpreting PCI can lead to full blown war in an organisation, with engineering at the center.
In this webinar we’ll demystify some of the more difficult and misunderstood aspects of PCI DSS. We’ll cover the important changes from recently announced PCI DSS 3.0, discuss the best practices for starting (and maintaining) a PCI DSS initiative in an organization, and how to avoid battles with the QSA.
Start and end time
The webinar starts at 10:00 AM Eastern US (EST) time and will take 2-3 hours. Convert this time to other time zones.
About the author
Michele Chubirka, also known as Mrs. Y, is a recovering Unix engineer with a focus on network security. She likes long walks in hubsites, traveling to security conferences, and spending extended hours in the Bat Cave. She believes every problem can be solved with a "for" loop. She also hosts a podcast called Healthy Paranoia. You can find her blogs and podcasts at http://www.healthyparanoia.net or http://packetpushers.net/author/securityprincess. When not blogging or podcasting, she can be found using up her 15 minutes in the Twittersphere or Google+ as @MrsYisWhy.
The presentation is delivered over the Internet using GoToMeeting with VoIP and dial-in audio, allowing you to ask questions and receive answers in real-time. You'll receive the necessary technical details two days before the delivery date.
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Ivan Pepelnjak (CCIE#1354) has been designing, deploying, operating and troubleshooting IP-based Service Provider networks since 1990. He’s the author of highly successful MPLS books published by Cisco press and Service Provider courses now offered by Cisco Systems. Recently he wrote numerous articles describing the next-generation Service Provider networks and blogged about issues hindering the Internet growth.
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