Webinar – Understanding PCI Risks and Compliance Considerations (On Demand)

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Protecting your business against costly breach events begins by establishing controls for how you process and store non-public customer information.

Any merchant that stores, processes or transmits non-public customer information must comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standards. Non-compliance can open your company to costs, liabilities and fines totaling $50,000 or more. Silicon Valley Bank and ControlScan outline the PCI security standards – and what they mean to you.

Key topics include:

  • Current fraud trends and the latest breach statistics
  • Understanding what PCI compliance means – and how it benefits your company in the event of a fraud or breach event
  • Best practices on completing the self-assessment questionnaire

Featured Speakers:

  • Stephen Ramminger, Senior Business Operations Manager, ControlScan
  • Jon Uyterlinde, Product Manager, Merchant Services, Silicon Valley Bank

Learn More:

Merchant Service clients can visit ControlScan's PCI website for complete information on PCI compliance.

For information on fraud prevention best practices, visit the Fraud Prevention Center.

About the Author

Scott Middleton is a product advisor with Silicon Valley Bank, and is responsible for designing comprehensive merchant services solutions for clients around the U.S. In this role, he identifies ways for clients to expand their global sales footprint, improve efficiencies, reduce costs and potential charge backs, and mitigate fraud.

Scott’s extensive experience began over 20 years ago at Bank of America Merchant Services prior to joining Silicon Valley Bank in 2010. Additionally, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Law & Society from UC Santa Barbara.