Webcast: Building a data management program for PCI DSS standards

Webcast: Building a data management program for PCI DSS standards

Webcast: Building a data management program for PCI DSS standards

Date: Apr 03, 2012

If your organization handles credit card information in any capacity, you're probably already familiar with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and its complex web of requirements. Many enterprises use a variety of security technologies like Web application firewalls, DLP, DAM and SIEM to create and monitor data in support of PCI DSS compliance. However, having too many disparate sources of compliance data adds unnecessary complexity to your PCI DSS compliance efforts.

In this SearchSecurity.com webcast, expert Mike Chapple breaks down the PCI DSS standards, including a discussion of the areas where enterprises struggle to achieve compliance. With this knowledge, he provides the needed info to create a data management program for PCI DSS compliance and some data mining techniques that will help your organization with PCI DSS and other compliance issues. This is a key primer for any organization struggling with the PCI DSS standard.

About the presenter:
Mike Chapple, Ph. D., CISA, CISSP, is an IT security manager with the University of Notre Dame. He previously served as an information security researcher with the National Security Agency and the U.S. Air Force. Chapple is a frequent contributor to SearchSecurity.com, and serves as its resident expert on compliance for its Ask the Experts panel. He is a technical editor for Information Security magazine and the author of several information security titles, including the CISSP Prep Guide and Information Security Illuminated.

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