Travis Powell

Director, Training Programs, PCI Security Standards Council

Mr. Powell joined the PCI Security Standards Council in April 2016 and brings with him 15+ years of IT and IT Security experience. In addition, he also brings nine years of Point of Interaction (POI) and Host Security Module (HSM) support to the training team. Most recently, he worked with a company that specializes in payment terminal encryption where he provided consulting services to merchants and acquirers on their HSM encryption domains to process secure transactions. Mr. Powell has also been a PCI QSA since 2011. In addition to performing audits, he has worked with clients to perform gap assessments, assist with their prioritized approach, and provide remediation consulting to assist them in achieving PCI DSS compliance.

Travis Powell's Events

Connecting in Our Disconnected World: How PCI SSC Has Continued Our Global Mission

Date: Tuesday, 26 October

Presented by: Troy Leach, Senior Vice President, Engagement Officer, PCI Security Standards Council

Collaborators: Rich Agostino, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Target; Carlos Caetano, Associate Director, LA Region for Brazil, PCI Security Standards Council; Paul Creswick, Security Evangelist, Australian Payments Network; Brandy Cumberland, Director, Program Operations, PCI Security Standards Council; Lindsay Goodspeed, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, PCI Security Standards Council; Yan Liu, O-TTPS Assessor, CC Evaluator, CNAS Auditor, ISO/IEC 27001 LA, atsec Information Security; Ralph Poore, Director, Emerging Standards, PCI Security Standards Council; Travis Powell, Director, Training Programs, PCI Security Standards Council; Candice Pressinger, BA Hons, MSc, GDPR Practit., Director Customer Data Security, Elavon; Jim Reavis, Co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance; Elizabeth Terry, PMP, CISSP, CBSA, PCIP, Senior Manager, Community Engagement, PCI Security Standards Council; Giles Witherspoon-Boyd, PCI Security Program Manager Principal, Credian and Kandyce Young, Standards Development Manager, Data Security Standards, PCI Security Standards Council

Despite the challenges of remote engagement, our community has been as busy as ever developing standards, education and connecting with one another.  Don’t miss this session where Troy Leach is joined by several of PCI SSC’s active collaborators from all over the world. Hear about new projects set to launch as well as updates on Council and industry efforts already underway and how you can become more involved in this active collaboration to protect payments globally.
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Connecting in Our Disconnected World: How PCI SSC Has Continued Our Global Mission

Date: Wednesday, 27 October

Presented by: Troy Leach, Senior Vice President, Engagement Officer, PCI Security Standards Council

Collaborators: Rich Agostino, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Target; Carlos Caetano, Associate Director, LA Region for Brazil, PCI Security Standards Council; Paul Creswick, Security Evangelist, Australian Payments Network; Brandy Cumberland, Director, Program Operations, PCI Security Standards Council; Lindsay Goodspeed, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, PCI Security Standards Council; Yan Liu, O-TTPS Assessor, CC Evaluator, CNAS Auditor, ISO/IEC 27001 LA, atsec Information Security; Ralph Poore, Director, Emerging Standards, PCI Security Standards Council; Travis Powell, Director, Training Programs, PCI Security Standards Council; Candice Pressinger, BA Hons, MSc, GDPR Practit., Director Customer Data Security, Elavon; Jim Reavis, Co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance; Elizabeth Terry, PMP, CISSP, CBSA, PCIP, Senior Manager, Community Engagement, PCI Security Standards Council; Giles Witherspoon-Boyd, PCI Security Program Manager Principal, Credian and Kandyce Young, Standards Development Manager, Data Security Standards, PCI Security Standards Council

Despite the challenges of remote engagement, our community has been as busy as ever developing standards, education and connecting with one another.  Don’t miss this session where Troy Leach is joined by several of PCI SSC’s active collaborators from all over the world. Hear about new projects set to launch as well as updates on Council and industry efforts already underway and how you can become more involved in this active collaboration to protect payments globally.
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Connecting in Our Disconnected World: How PCI SSC Has Continued Our Global Mission

Date: Thursday, 28 October

Presented by: Troy Leach, Senior Vice President, Engagement Officer, PCI Security Standards Council

Collaborators: Rich Agostino, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Target; Carlos Caetano, Associate Director, LA Region for Brazil, PCI Security Standards Council; Paul Creswick, Security Evangelist, Australian Payments Network; Brandy Cumberland, Director, Program Operations, PCI Security Standards Council; Lindsay Goodspeed, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, PCI Security Standards Council; Yan Liu, O-TTPS Assessor, CC Evaluator, CNAS Auditor, ISO/IEC 27001 LA, atsec Information Security; Ralph Poore, Director, Emerging Standards, PCI Security Standards Council; Travis Powell, Director, Training Programs, PCI Security Standards Council; Candice Pressinger, BA Hons, MSc, GDPR Practit., Director Customer Data Security, Elavon; Jim Reavis, Co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance; Elizabeth Terry, PMP, CISSP, CBSA, PCIP, Senior Manager, Community Engagement, PCI Security Standards Council; Giles Witherspoon-Boyd, PCI Security Program Manager Principal, Credian and Kandyce Young, Standards Development Manager, Data Security Standards, PCI Security Standards Council

Despite the challenges of remote engagement, our community has been as busy as ever developing standards, education and connecting with one another.  Don’t miss this session where Troy Leach is joined by several of PCI SSC’s active collaborators from all over the world. Hear about new projects set to launch as well as updates on Council and industry efforts already underway and how you can become more involved in this active collaboration to protect payments globally.
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