[OWASP-Ireland] two upcoming PCI presentations

Chris Madden chris.madden at trintech.com
Tue Nov 1 07:06:06 EST 2005



See below for details on two upcoming PCI presentations:

1.	ISACA IT Control & Governance: The Challenges Ahead
2.	SANS First Wednesday Webcast




1. ISACA IT Control & Governance: The Challenges Ahead

Herbert Park Hotel,

Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Friday 11 November 2005



Open to ISACA members and non-members.

More details may be available on www.isaca.ie <http://www.isaca.ie/>
Original details sent via ISACA newsletter.


Jo Laffey 14:20 - 15:05

Visa Europe

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

Jo Laffey is Account Information Security (AIS) Programme Manager

for Visa Europe. This role involves assisting Visa members,

merchants and third parties to become compliant with the Payment

Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard and involves providing

education and support through the certification process. Visa's AIS

Standards have been recently aligned with MasterCard's SDP

requirements and the combined standards are now known as the

Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard which Jo will

present on.





2. SANS First Wednesday Webcast: 

"The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard"
Wednesday, November 02 at 1:00 PM EST (1800 UTC/GMT)
Featuring: Dave Shackleford
Sponsored by SenSage


Free (may require free registration)

Open to all.

The PCI Data Security Standard is a compliance initiative from
the payment card industry that dictates best-practice security
standards for service providers and merchants who handle credit card
information. The standard involves on-site audits, self-administered
audits, and network scanning, not all of which apply to everyone. This
presentation will provide an overview of what the standard is, who
it applies to and in what ways, and what organizations are doing to
be compliant with each component of the standard.

Dave Shackleford is a Senior Security Architect for Vigilar in Atlanta,
providing information security consulting services to business and
government clients. Dave has been involved in security for close to
10 years, holding a number of technical and managerial positions. Dave
is also the co-author of "Hands-On Information Security" from Thomson
Course Technology.




Chris Madden
Senior Software Security Engineer 
Trintech Technologies (Nasdaq: TTPA) 
Trintech House, 
South County Business Park, 
Leopardstown, Dublin 18, 
Phone: +353 1 2074034
Fax: +353 1 2074015 
Email: mailto:chris.madden at trintech.com <mailto:chris.madden at trintech.com>  
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