21st PCI London 2021
Event submitted on Tuesday, December 1st 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Conference Event Summary
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For seasoned PCIers, PCI London 2021 will examine the reasons for current non-compliance, suggest cost-effective solutions and lift the lid on PCI DSS 4.0; for newly digitalized businesses it will provide critical insights and information on combatting fraud, and ensuring payment security and card data privacy.
Card-based fraud is evolving:
- Detecting card-based fraud, including card, not present fraud, requires identity proofing and address verification/authentication to cover everything from account creation to login to payment
- Case management tools are also needed to deal with frauds once they’ve occurred
- COVID-19 has led to a rise in fraud, both friendly and otherwise – so how do you build, manage, and scale these capabilities?
Taking a risk-based approach:
- PCI DSS 4.0 promises a new and risk-based approach to card data security
- This is in contrast to the previous framework, which could be treated as a tick-box exercise
- But what does ‘risk-based’ mean in practice?
- How do we ensure that organizations (a) commit more fully to compliance and (b) genuinely progress from their tick-box mentality?
The problem of privacy:
- PCI DSS is one take on the issue of keeping specific payment-related data safe
- But the GDPR and CCPA approach the issue from different perspectives – GDPR focuses on people’s personal privacy, and the CCPA is concerned with unauthorized monetization of personal data
- A comprehensive data privacy and security process must take each of them into account – so what’s the most effective way to ensure all your bases are covered?