[Owasp-buffalo] Buffalo OWASP meeting on June 5th - PCI (payment card industry) security requirements for Web Applications

James Kist JKist at trustwave.com
Wed May 28 08:54:21 EDT 2008

Please join us on June 5th for lunch and a presentation on PCI DSS for
Web Applications. We will also be giving away OWASP shirts, pens and


Presentation title:

PCI DSS for Web Applications


Date: Thursday June 5th, 2008

Time: 12:00 to 1:30PM

Lunch will be provided




726 Exchange St, Suite 628
Buffalo, NY 14210

Driving directions:






Presentation overview:


This presentation addresses the requirements outlined in the PCI Data
Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 1.1 that are relevant to web
application development and security, and will provide guidance on how
to meet these requirements. The PCI DSS version 1.1, a set of
comprehensive requirements for enhancing payment account data security,
was developed by the founding payment brands of the PCI Security
Standards Council, including American Express, Discover Financial
Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa Inc., to help
facilitate the broad adoption of consistent data security measures on a
global basis. All organizations that process, store or transmit credit
card data are required to comply with the PCI DSS 1.1 requirements.


About the speaker:


R. Christian Call, a recognized Dartmouth College graduate, worked for
many years as a software developer in the areas of Operating Systems
(IBM), object code-level program translation (AT&T Bell Laboratories),
network firewalls (Lucent Technologies Bell Labs Innovations), network
security (Lumeta), and Public Key Infrastructure (US Army/Maden Tech
Consulting).  As a Sales Engineer, Chris worked with application
security companies Secure Software, Inc. and Ounce Labs before joining
Breach Security.  Chris is the East Coast Sales Engineer for Breach, and
has worked with some of Breach's largest customers on proof-of-concept,
demonstration of value, deployment, and support.




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