The PCI Data Security Standard has been in place since 2005; however the industry continues to suffer from hacking events such as the recently publicized Global Payments breach of more than 1.5 million card numbers. All organizations that store, process or transmit credit card data are required to comply with this industry standard.
Webinar participants will develop a clear understanding of the 12 requirements, how to apply the requirements in their organization, and benefit from the presenter's experiences in performing PCI audits, penetration testing and forensic incident response.
Benefits of Attending:
Recognize current risks and threats to security in general, and credit card data in particular.
Understand the background for the credit card industry implemented data security standards.
Learn how to determine where your organization fits in the security standard compliance requirements.
Discuss common mistakes and pitfalls to avoid while training to obtain compliance status.
Who Should Attend:
Advancement services directors
Business administration staff
Directors of finance
Randall (Randy) Romes Principal CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Randy Romes is a principal in the Information Security Services Group at CliftonLarsonAllen, one of the nation's largest accounting and consulting firms. He leads a team of technology and industry specialists providing IT audits and security assessments for clients in a wide range of industries and diverse operating environments. He is responsible for the continuing development of the open-source, Unix and Windows applications used in all of the security audits, and he leads the firm's PCI-QSA audit practice.
Romes has been a consultant at CliftonLarsonAllen for twelve years and brings a strong background in computer technology, physics and education. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified in Risk and Information System Controls (CRISC) professional, a PCI-Qualified Security Assessor (PCI-QSA) and a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) with multiple NT 4.0 certifications. He has a master's degree in educational technology from the University of Saint Thomas, and a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.