John Elliot

Security Advisor, JScrambler

John Elliott specializes in regulated security and data protection. He’s represented both Visa Europe and Mastercard on the PCI Security Standards Council and contributed to many of the PCI standards including most recently PCI DSS v4. John has led information security and data protection in aviation and financial services. He is a top-rated speaker and author of online video training courses for Pluralsight. He is a Security Advisor at Jscrambler.

John Elliot's Events

We Can Rise, Only by Lifting Others - A Panel Discussion

Date: Wednesday, 25 October

Track One

Moderated by: Tracey Long, VP, Programs, PCI Security Standards Council

Panelists: Natasja Bolton, Client Engagement Manager (QSA), Viking Cloud; John Elliot, Security Advisor, JScrambler; Candice Pressinger, BA Hons, MSc, GDPR Practitioner, Director - Customer Data Security, Elavon Merchant Services/US Bancorp and Simon Turner, Senior Manager Security Governance & Compliance, British Telecommunications Plc

Successful people in payments should ALWAYS be willing to help others on their climb. The panelists share their personal experiences of helping and supporting each other and others in the payments industry. Noting that your network is your greatest asset - you give, and you get in equal measure. Your network and colleagues in payments are not just the people you work with, they are the wider PCI Community, and everyone needs to recognise that ‘WE [as an industry] CAN RISE, ONLY BY LIFTING OTHERS.

The Challenges of Managing e-Commerce JavaScript

Date: Wednesday, 25 October

Presented by: John Elliot, Security Advisor, JScrambler

Taking control of JavaScript is essential for entities wanting to meet the new requirements in PCI DSS v4 designed to prevent and detect ecommerce skimming attacks. This isn’t as easy as it sounds because it typically needs people and processes, as much as technology. We’ll explore the changes in business processes needed to manage JavaScript and also consider the pros, cons, and challenges of differing technical solutions that determine the way that scripts are approved.