VP Compliance, Accor
Mrs. Vittet is in charge of the PCI DSS Program for Accor Group (more than 5,200 hotels in 110 countries). Her role has been extended with the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) to ‘sensitive data’ and she participates now to the data compliance construction site as VP Compliance. From this position, she coordinates the annual assessment process and animates the worldwide community to follow local headquarters and hotels compliance. In the central working team, her mission is to adapt operational processes to achieve compliance.
She has spent 20 years in the hospitality industry and specialized in the management of complex projects and scope; more precisely during times of major restructuring changes in organizations. She initiated and directed many technological innovation projects for the IHC Group and Dorchester Collection, always oriented toward customer service.
Focused for 2 past years on maintaining the PCI compliance with remote work and audits in hybrid mode. This involved reviewing many operational procedures to maintain PCI on a day-to-day basis and improvecontrols to remain attentive to data security and customer satisfaction
Marie-Christine Vittet's Events
Date: Tuesday, 18 October
Moderated by: Mark Meissner, SVP, Education & Engagement Officer, PCI Security Standards Council
Panelists: Oscar Covers, Chairman of the security working group of the European Card Payment Association (ECPA SWG), European Card Payment Association (ECPA); Gert Huizinga, Senior Consultant Card Solutions, ING; Jeremy King, Regional, VP, EMEA, PCI Security Standards Council; Tomás Perlines, Head of Payment Security, Schwarz IT KG and Marie-Christine Vittet, VP Compliance, Accor
Date: Wednesday, 19 OctoberThis session looks at the role of people in payments from a merchant's perspective. From educating the Board and C-Level to training in scope staff upon hire and yearly thereafter, we explore how to get buy in from the best line of defense: people. Looks at people's impact on security and compliance based on their role and how to continually educate all staff to ensure they understand the importance of people for an effective continuous PCI program People are key!