PCI Compliance Webinar

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December 17th, 2009
10:00AM EST (5:00PM GMT)

December 21st, 2009
3:00PM EST (12:00 PST)

PCI Compliance Webinar, Dec 21st 2009

"The security of customer payment data is not just a payment brand issue but is the responsibility of all businesses that participate in the payment process. All merchants and service providers that store, process and transmit payment card data are required by the payment brands to comply with the PCI Data Security Standard – their customers expect it and their reputations depend on it." (PCI Security Standards Council)

If you are an e-merchant you cannot afford not to be compliant and there are many reasons for you to become compliant with the PCI standards. Not only it is mandated by your bank and credit card provider, but maintaining your ability to provide compliance also prevents costly fines, supports your reputation with your customers, re-assures the security of customer's data and therefore increases your conversion.

Since 2005, over 215 million data records have been exposed as the result of security breaches. Uproar in the press, worldwide legislative bodies, and among consumers has spurred industry groups to work toward regulations and best practices concerning the security of private data. Leading the way has been the Payment Cards Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council, who has issued the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) to establish specific requirements for payment security. Originally established by the major credit card companies, the Council provides a mechanism for the development of security standards, guidance for implementation of the standards, and a compliance schedule. With the publication of the PCI DSS, merchants processing card data across the global marketplace now have a much clearer road map for establishing the proper controls and demonstrating due care in the handling of their customers’ credit card data.

Comodo has about 700,000 customers under our management and we understand that you are an expert in your field and not in PCI, therefore we will be able to introduce to you a number of tools designed to make your path to compliance as quick and painless as possible. Any questions you might have are more than welcome and are even encouraged as we tailor this webinar to fit your specific needs.

Additional useful links:

What Is PCI Compliance And Should Merchants Be Concerned About It?

Companies Still Not Securing Customer Data