Details:

What: PCI SSC Middle East and Africa Forum

When: Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Where: The Westin Cape Town

We will be exhibiting and speaking at the PCI SSC Middle East and Africa Forum this year.

We’d love for you to swing by and visit us on stand 10.

See you there!

https://events.pcisecuritystandards.org/capetown-2017/

Our presentation at the event:

Insider Threat Breach – A Case Study

A breach of the confidentiality, integrity or availability of data is now referred to in terms of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’. The consequences of a breach of cardholder data can be particularly damaging. Exposing organisations to liability for both first and third party damages. Fines passed down to merchants and service providers by the brands, civil and criminal penalties imposed by regulatory authorities, in addition to brand damage and the erosion of customer trust can heavily impact affected organisations.

Cyber Incident Response Retained Services involve contracting a Payment Forensic Investigator(PFI) to minimise the likelihood and impact of a breach of cardholder data. This is achieved through a consultant lead on-boarding process involving a review and testing of current incident response planning, policies, procedures, access protocols, first responder training as well as creating a library of information about the client’s logical and physical infrastructure, underpinned by an SLA and pre-agreed commercial and contingency provisions.

David Martin-Woodgate, Commercial Director of Risk-X LLP, a leading Payment Forensic Investigator (PFI) will be sharing with the audience how an organisation might make use of Cyber Incident Response Retained Services from a Payment Forensic Investigator to proactively underpin a PCI-DSS compliance program and minimise the likelihood and impact of breach of cardholder data.

Presented by: David Martin-Woodgate, Risk-X

 

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