Presentations already confirmed include:
► Case Study: a PCI DSS and GDPR Compliance Journey
Nicholas Howard, Head of Information Security, First Rate Exchange Services
- An in depth-case study on the implementation of PCI DSS and GDPR at First Rate Exchange Services
- What went well, what were the biggest challenges we faced and how were these overcome
- Synergies exploited and cost-effective compliance
► Solving the "Illusion of Compliance" Problem
Ninva Ponsonby, Former Group Head of Technology Compliance, OCS Group
- How to create an organisational culture supportive of PCI DSS and GDPR compliance
- Creating ‘continuous compliance’, rather than staff taking the view that it is an exam that needs to be passed
- Can PCI DSS be used as a framework for GDPR? How should they be approached?
- From PCI to the P&L: compliance is not just about avoiding cost, it is about driving revenues
► The Future of Payments: What's in Store for 2019 and Beyond?
William James, Head of Payments Team, Addleshaw Goddard
- Alternative payments, blockchain, payment data intermediation: the payments landscape is changing quickly. What is happening and what is around the corner?
- What should PCI professionals be aware of: insights from a payments industry expert
- The challenge of PSD2 and Open Banking - more data more of the time?
- Tokenisation and encryption vs friction free payments - reliance on PCI or technology based solutions?
► Ensuring PCI DSS and GDPR are Aligned with Business and Customer Needs
Sandip Zala, Director of Information Technology, Bulgari Hotels
- Burgeoning information security compliance requirements can mean creating a balance between complying with regulation and business/ customer needs
- Making sure IT security works harmoniously with employees who need to access data
- How a luxury hotel chain is securing guests’ data, whilst also putting customer services and ease of use of IT systems as a priority