PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry-Data Security Standard) is an issue that will affect anyone taking credit card payments regardless of size, location, composition of business or type of product or service. This learning module discusses Types of Risk, Card Present vs. Card Not Present, Risks to Computer Payment Applications, Payment Card Industry Data Security, PCI Data Security Standards Council (PCI SSC), PCI DSS Version 1.2, Self Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ), Service Provider Validation Levels and Requirements, Payment Application Data Security Standards (PA DSS), Visa Vendor Payment Application Mandates, and PCI PED Approval Program. After successful completion of this learning module the student should understand the 12 standards of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and how they affect businesses, the ramifications of a data breach, which businesses are required to comply with PCI Data Security Standards, the differences between operational risk and system risk, which credit card companies are aligned to support the PCI DSS and the PA DSS, and the role of the PCI Securities Standards Council.
With over 20 years experience in financial services, Robert Day is an industry expert in B-to-B merchant processing. Robert has over 20 years of experience in financial services with distinctive expertise in credit card rules and regulations and an industry expert in business to business merchant processing. Robertís extensive knowledge of the industry and his engaging presentation style have made him a well known presenter at NACM seminars.