Marie-Christine Vittet

Data Compliance Manager, ACCOR

Mrs. Vittet is in charge of the PCI DSS Program for ACCOR Group (more than 4,100 hotels in 92 countries). With the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), her role has been extended to “sensitive data,” and she participates now on the data compliance construction site as Data Compliance Manager. 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 she specializes 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.

Marie-Christine Vittet's Events

Panel: Council Insights from Board of Advisors and Industry Partners

Date: Tuesday, 22 Oct

Moderated by: Laura Gray, Senior Director of Communications, PCI Security Standards Council

Panelists: Stacy Hughes, SVP - IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, CPA, CITP, CRISC, CISM, Global Payments Inc.; Gabriel Moynagh, Chief Executive Officer, Sysnet Global Solutions and Marie-Christine Vittet, Data Compliance Manager, ACCOR

Join this engaging discussion to hear how panelists have worked in collaboration with the Council, and have lent their insight and expertise to the mission of enhancing global payment account data security.

Fraud Prevention in the Hotel Industry is Critical

Date: Wednesday, 23 Oct

Track Two (Merchant Perspectives)

Merchant Perspectives
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Presented by: Asli Mermer, Customer Success Manager, Advantio Limited and Marie-Christine Vittet, Data Compliance Manager, ACCOR

Why the hospitality industry is at risk and how PCI DSS Requirement 9.9 compliance helps protecting Electronic Payment Terminals (sensitive equipment capturing cardholder data) - How to protect the high-volume of terminals used in different locations throughout the hotels, and provide security awareness to the hoteliers - How to reduce tampering, skimming and fraud.