Blog
 
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Dividends on Series L, Y, CC and EE Preferred Stock  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUNA economists: Lower GDP, more CU loan growth  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: The Real Promise of Real-Time Payments (It's Not the Fees)  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: IBM Joins Washington Blockchain Trade Group  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Financials Conference on June 14  |  
  • CU Times: Where Are All the Women in Financial Services?  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: ICYMI: Messages from Nussle, Metsger at ACUC Monday  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Reports Q4-15 Net Income of $3.3B, EPS of $0.28  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: How Flagstar Is Financing Buyback of Tarp-Related Shares  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Provides 2016 Stress Test Results  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Collection Complaints Decline in Latest CFPB Report  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: CIBC Chief Explains Why It Took So Long to Enter U.S.  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Women in Banking: Cox on Citi Fintech; Post-Brexit Fintech  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Why Two of Europe's Biggest Banks Can't Pass the Stress Test  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Bitcoin May Open Markets, Won't Hurt Incumbents: Citi Report  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUNA Volunteer Conference set for Jamaica  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Ark. CUs have 'member focused' discussion with CFPB  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUNA offices closed Monday for Independence Day  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Governors sign Kansas and Missouri PLS legislation  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Quarterly Dividend on Series L, Series Y, Series Z and Series CC Preferred Stock  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: The CRA Plan that Sold the Fed on Two Bank of the Ozarks Deals  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Energy Crisis Triggering Brownout in Shared National Credits  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Participate in the Barclays Americas Select Franchise Conference on May 18  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CCUA membership approves merger with Del. league  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Tech, OpSS councils to hold CU4Kids benefit raffle  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Ill. league welcomes ELCA FCU during grand opening  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Participate in the Credit Suisse Financial Services Forum on February 10  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Announces Preliminary Voting Results of 2016 Annual Meeting of Stockholders  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Preferred Dividends  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Increase Quarterly Common Stock Dividend by 50 Percent to $0.075 per Share; Authorizes $5 Billion Common Stock Repurchase Plan  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: CFPB Staff Inappropriately Reimbursed for Personal Expenses: Watchdog  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: HUD Mandates New Requirements on Nonperforming Loan Buyers  |  
  • FDIC: SA-2-2012: Individuals or Purported Investment Advisors May be Attempting to Defraud Financially ...  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Participate in the Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference on June 2  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUNA Lending Council seeks outstanding programs  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: 23 league presidents meet in DC this week  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Three Fintech Reforms the Government Must Champion  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Board Appoints New Director  |  
  • CU Times: Fraud and Ageism: Readers Debate  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Dime Community Chief Palagiano to Retire  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Report Second-Quarter 2016 Results on July 18  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Mich. gov. signs sweeping CU update act at league meeting  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Citi Agrees to Sell Prepaid Card Business to Germany's Wirecard  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: CFPB Has Collected $24.5M in Restitution This Year  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Regions Private Wealth Manager Promoted  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUNA volunteer courses available through online portal  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CCUA campaign complements CUNA awareness initiative  |  
  • CU Times: Effective Millennial Marketing  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Interns gain CU difference insight from PenFed execs  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: African-American CU Coalition meeting set for Seattle Aug. 4-6  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Busting Myths About Millennial Small-Business Owners  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: How Banks Could Regain Ground from Fintechs  |  
  • CU Times: 10 Changes to the Affordable Care Act in 2016  |  
  • CU Times: 10 Interesting Presidential Retirements  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Quarterly Stock Dividends  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: CUs report impressive 2016 membership growth  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Report Fourth-Quarter 2016 Financial Results on January 13, 2017  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Robo-Adviser's Brexit Trading Freeze Backfires  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Preferred Dividends  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: FDIC Needs to Better Protect Its Data: GAO  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Statement on Resubmitted 2015 Capital Plan  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Expands Availability of Quarterly Financial Results  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Outdoor learning a part of SE CUNA Mgmt. School  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Warner Calls Trump's Wall Street Talk 'Total Contradiction'  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: S.C. gov. signs league-advocated PLS bill  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Reports First-Quarter 2016 Financial Results  |  
  • CU Times: Expand Dodd-Frank, Allow USPS to Offer Banking Services, Dems Say  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Quarterly Stock Dividends  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Declares Dividend on Series L and Series Y Preferred Stock  |  
  • CU Times: Royal CU Plans Minnesota Bank Branch Purchase  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: The Bad News for Banks in the Card Settlement Reversal  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Cornerstone league unveils ‘Feel the Difference’ campaign  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Morning Scan: Stress Tests Round Two; GE Capital No Longer a SIFI  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Deal with Silicon Valley Bank Gives First Data Valuable Intel  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Federation, Equifax partner on empowerment center  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Record year for N.J. CU reality fairs  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Atlanta biz journal captures CU reg. burden cost  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Del. CUs unanimously OK merger with CCUA  |  
  • CU Times: Half of Fed IT Vulnerabilities Go Unresolved for Weeks: Tripwire  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: NYCUA-advocated mortgage bill heads to governor  |  
  • CU Times: Five Summer 2016 Security Threats  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: Iberiabank Adds Former Investment Banker to Board  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: CFPB Cites Audio Recording in $10.6M Fine Against BancorpSouth  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Participate in the Deutsche Bank Global Financial Services Conference on May 31  |  
  • CU Times: Five Hurricane Planning Tips  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: FHFA Seeks Comments on Front-End Risk Transfer Deals for Fannie, Freddie  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: ICU Day theme is ‘The Authentic Difference'  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: First Bank in N.J. Raises Cash After Nearby Bank Sells  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Announces the Redemption of Certain Trust Preferred Securities  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Visa releases EMV migration resources for merchants  |  
  • AmericanBanker.com: How Banks Are Trying to Contain Cost of CFPB's Arbitration Plan  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: Foundation shows driving success of non-prime auto loans  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: PSCU sponsors Filene Center of Excellence  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America to Report First-Quarter 2016 Results on April 14  |  
  • FDIC: SA-1-2012: Counterfeit money orders bearing the name Northrim Bank, Anchorage, Alaska, are reportedly in circulation  |  
  • Bank of America: Bank of America Increases Prime Lending Rate  |  
  • Credit Union National Association: First DE Day of Service makes a difference worldwide  |  
Complying with PCI DSS Version 3.0 (MLC541H)
Event Information
Product format
Pre Recorded Webinar
Presenter(s)
Length
60 minutes
 
Event Description

PCI DSS Version 3.0: Are You Compliant?

On January 1, 2014, the majorly updated Version 3.0 of the PCI Security Standards Council (released November 2013) was put to effect. However, the previous version would remain effective in parallel until December 31, 2014 so that affected organizations get enough time to come into compliance. The PCI DSS standard applies to all entities that store, process, or transmit cardholder data – whether electronically or manually.

Introducing more flexibility into the compliance process is a major change that this revision has brought. Also, increased focus on technical and non-technical factors like security awareness and security as a shared responsibility has been brought to effect. It is based on market feedback received by the Council which highlighted key issues faced by organizations in complying with previous versions – particularly with respect to security education, passwords and authentication, third-party security, self-detection and response to malware and other threats, and consistency in performing risk assessments.

In this live webinar, expert speaker Tom Wills will explain:

  • What has changed in the new version?
  • Who is affected, and how?
  • The difference between strict compliance and effective risk management
  • Strategies to bring, and keep, your own organization into compliance with Version 3.0


Attendees will gain an enhanced understanding of how to manage their organizations’ PCI DSS compliance programs in light of the new revision to the standard, as well as the continually evolving security and fraud threat landscape.

Training Objective:

  • Changes in the real-world threat landscape that are driving the new requirements
  • Moving past passwords: the danger in using out-of-date user authentication methods
  • The value of tokenization for keeping sensitive data out of criminal hands
  • Using data analytics to improve your threat detection and response capabilities
  • The human touch: how technical security controls alone are no longer adequate
  • How compliance and security are never the same thing
  • How to avoid being another “Target”

Who Should Attend

This session will be of most interest to staff and consultants at payment service providers, financial institutions, and retailers with responsibility for product/service delivery, fraud mitigation, or information systems (security, audit, or overall management). Vendors, regulators, and industry analysts may also find the session to be of interest.

Attendee titles may include (but are not limited to): Analyst, Manager, Director, or VP of: Product Management, Operations, Information Systems, Risk Management, Audit, Fraud, or Security.

Order Form

 
 
MLCA
DBT
 
You can also order through:
Phone
(800) 223-8720
fax
1-800-508-2592
 
VideoPlay
About Our Speaker

23.jpeg

Tom Wills is an expert in identity, security, fraud, and compliance for financial services and other critical infrastructure industries. Three decades of global experience as a product developer, security and fraud executive, startup entrepreneur, and industry analyst have given him unique insights ...More info