College campuses are unique in so many ways. It’s no longer enough to be compliant; it is incumbent upon university leaders to take the steps necessary to protect their student data, their privacy, and their institution's most sensitive and proprietary records and information.

COMTEC's pre-conference PCI & Security Workshop offers a powerful lineup of sessions and speakers offering insights on how to prevent and protect your institution from data exposure, reduce your scope, and take away real-time, relevant tips and strategies to make sure your campus, students, and data are secure.

This one-day, premier professional training event fulfills annual PCI training requirements and provides seven CPE credits.

Agenda

Monday November 12th

Continental Breakfast

7:30 am

Morning Sessions

PCI Fundamentals
PCI Council Update
QSA Insights - Speaker Tom Arnold
Securing POS

8:30 am – Noon

Lunch

12:00 pm

Afternoon Sessions

Case Studies: Fraud, Physical Security, Compliance
Payment Technology Trends
Payments Update

1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Featured Speakers

Tom Arnold

Tom Arnold

CISSP, ISSMP, CFS, GCFE-Gold, GNFA, PCI/PA QSA, PFI, ASV, PCI 3DS QSA, Visa PIN SA, Visa Card Production SA Vice President, Co-founder, Head of Forensics

Tom Arnold is Co-founder and Vice President of PSC, part of NCC Group. Based out of San Jose, California, he heads PSC’s Digital Incident Response and Forensics team and specializes in internal and external security assessments related to US and international standards. He leverages his payments background to evaluate and design security controls and secure systems that accept a variety of traditional and emerging consumer payment technologies. Over the past four years, Mr. Arnold has been directly involved investigating and resolving over 120 cases involving unauthorized access to computer systems that store or process payment card data. Mr. Arnold has provided consulting to the US Secret Service, gives policy guidance to US government and regulatory agencies, and is on the steering committee for the Las Vegas branch of the Economic Crimes Task Force.