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Chris Mark speaking at COMTEC 2014 by TouchNet August 27, 2014

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comtec_v3Chris Mark will be presenting at the 2014 COMTEC TouchNet Client Conference on PCI DSS and data security within the payment card industry.  The title of the presentation will be Hitting the PCI Bullseye.  COMTEC is the premier conference for Higher Education organizations.  I was invited to speak in 2012 but  found myself delayed returning to teh US as I was in the Gulf of Aden providing maritime security.  Below is a description from the TouchNet website.

“Join us for the COMTEC pre-conference PCI Workshop: Hit the Bullseye on November 10th. This power-packed day of PCI and security training is vital for business, security, compliance, audit, and IT professionals who want to stay on target with changes in payment security rules in the coming year. You’ll get real-world advice on compliance and best practices from industry experts and campus leaders who are dedicated to information security.”

 

COMTEC 2012 – Chris Mark Training on PCI & Payment Card Security July 6, 2012

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2012 is the year for COMTEC once again and the fine folks at TouchNet have invited me to conduct a training on Payment Card Security & PCI DSS at their October COMTEC event.  COMTEC is a great event for TouchNet’s clients.  The name comes from Commerce and Technology..  The session will be titled:

PCI Training: Full Cycle Compliance – Crisis – Recovery

“During this unique pre-conference workshop, you’ll investigate the full spectrum of PCI compliance and readiness. Attendees will better understand everything PCI, from the basics of PCI compliance to planning for the real-world impact of a breach and what to do in its aftermath.”

It is always positive to see that in 2012 there are still organizations that are taking a leadership role to educate their own customers on the importance of information security.

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