CISA, CDPSE, PCIP, Senior Digital Analyst, WM
Over the past 25 years, the Information Technology Department transformed into a Digital Business Unit; hardware and hardwires moved to virtual environments in the clouds; desktop applications morphed into integrated systems. These evolutions quickly exposed a need for data management, which resulted in the creation of frameworks and control sets. Jeni’s career through the many facets of technology have honed her skills in preparation for where she serves as PCI Compliance Analyst and Facilitator.
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Date: Wednesday, September 14
The PCI assessment is a once a year exercise meant to ensure that PCI Data Security Standard requirements are being met. A PCI program is more than a collection of processes running independently; it is meant to be one continuous process, composed of all the people, processes, and technology that intertwine to make effective controls. Creating a continuous process requires 1) engaging the right people, 2) understanding the timing requirements of the controls and the assessment, and 3) optimizing the PCI evidence responses with other workflows. Building a PCI program is an evolving process, and will scale to our quickly changing business processes and digital environments. Let me share some things I have found useful on my own path to a business as usual PCI Program.
Presented by: Jeni German, CISA, CDPSE, PCIP, Senior Digital Analyst, WM