Fraud and Security Seminar - IIA Florida West Coast Chapter & West Florida ISACA Chapter

Fraud and Security Seminar - IIA Florida West Coast Chapter & West Florida ISACA Chapter

PCI DSS – How To Hold Your IT and Security Teams Accountable

Managing PCI DSS Assessments, or an audit/assessment can sometimes be challenging due to the technology. You may be familiar with the concepts; however, technology moves so fast sometimes it is hard to keep up. This session will be of one hour and the topic will cover top areas of PCI DSS and give you tools, knowledge and vocabulary to ensure your IT teams are meeting the control requirements of the PCI DSS and you are empowered to ensure what they say they are doing, is what they are actually doing.

About the speaker:

Michael Lyons, Protiviti
Michael Lyons is a Director in the Tampa office of Protiviti, providing clients with Security and Privacy Consulting. Michael has more than 15 years experience within the credit card processing industry and over 10 years specific to security. As a Director in the Tampa office, he focuses on Security and Privacy consulting for large organizations across the United States. Michael has lead security projects ranging from GAP assessments to multi-million dollar enterprise wide engagements.
Robert Nobit, Protiviti
Robert Nobit is a Manager in the IT Security and Privacy Management Practice with Protiviti at the Tampa, Florida office. He has over ten years of IT consulting, security, and audit experience. Robert currently provides information security services that include penetration testing, risk and vulnerability assessments, PCI data security and HIPAA compliance. Rob is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and PCI qualified security assessor.

 

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Date
6 Dec 2018
Time
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM PST
Location
The Mosaic Center at The Florida Aquarium – 701 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602
United States
Event Role
Audit, Security and Privacy, Technology
Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 8:00am to 4:00pm