Webcast: How Protecting Customer Card Data Protects Your Business (On Demand)

A Data Breach is Never Good for Business

But when your revenue depends on the ability to take card payments, a breach can threaten your ability to process those payments and possibly expose you to fines. That’s why it’s critical to follow the card industry’s PCI requirements.

View this webcast by Silicon Valley Bank and First Data to find out how to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). 

You'll learn: 

  • PCI Basics
  • Non-Compliance Risks
  • Compliance Tools
  • How We Can Help

Featured speakers:  

  •  Nathan Morrell, Senior Card Risk Advisor, Silicon Valley Bank
  •  Adam Hollis, Director, Security & Fraud Solutions, First Data

PCI Compliance Key Facts and Standards Checklist

PCI compliance doesn’t have to be onerous. The requirements actually provide a map that safeguards customer card data and brings your IT environment into line with solid security practices.

Here we highlight the important facts and provide a standards checklist.


First Data is an independent third party and is not affiliated with SVB Financial Group.

About the Author

Jonathan Fuller is a global treasury and payments advisor with SVB’s Global Merchant Services team. A long-time resident of Massachusetts, Jonathan is based in SVB’s Newton office where he advises clients on the many merchant services and payment capabilities available through SVB. Known for his expertise in payments, e-payments and credit card solutions, Jonathan has a passion for helping clients develop their ecommerce payment strategy, especially in global marketplaces such as the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America. With more than 10 years of experience helping U.S. companies expand and accept payments outside the U.S., Jonathan is uniquely qualified to guide and advise SVB clients on the best solutions for their payment needs, and ways to monetize their products and services through payment features.

Prior to joining SVB, Jonathan held senior positions with global payment companies such as Vantiv, Adyen, RBS Worldplay and Chase Paymentech. Over the course of his career, Jonathan has not only gained a breadth of knowledge of both U.S. and non-U.S. payments, but also deep knowledge of international cross-border payment solutions.

Jonathan holds a bachelor’s degree from Framingham State University, is an active member in fintech and payments industry groups, and regularly attends industry events to share his knowledge, and also gather new learnings to enhance the guidance he can offer clients. When not working, Jonathan is active in the local community and coaches baseball and basketball.