North American Community Meeting

Welcome

Thank you for your interest in the sixth annual PCI SSC North American Community Meeting. We hope you’ll join us in Orlando in September!

We are thrilled about the growing involvement of the PCI community. The record attendance at last year’s meetings is a strong testament to the work that together we are doing to drive payment security forward globally

The 2012 Community Meetings invite you and your peers, business partners, customers and competitors with expertise in security, payments, finance, technology, spanning vertical industries and the globe, for two full days of knowledge sharing, networking and learning, including keynote presentations from industry experts, PCI case studies, and technical sessions. Participating in this event provides the chance for global leaders from across the payments chain to play an active role in the ongoing development of strong technical standards and resources for increased payment security.

2012 is a critical year in the standards development process that hinges on feedback from the PCI community. At this year’s meeting, we’ll focus on discussing your feedback on the standards in preparation for release of the next versions of the PCI DSS and PA-DSS in 2013, as well as share our successes and challenges, ideas and suggestions as a community. We’ll discuss the latest Council initiatives, including the Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) program and other technology areas and the work you’re doing through our Special Interest Groups. You’ll also have the opportunity to take advantage of our PCI SSC Training offerings.

This is your chance to connect with experts from around the world as a PCI community and play an integral role in shaping the future of payment card security. I look forward to seeing you at the 2012 North American Community Meeting!

Sincerely,


Bob Russo
General Manager, PCI Security Standards Council

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The PCI Security Standards Council (the "Council") provides a variety of tools, questionnaires, guidance, FAQs, training resources and other materials and information to assist organizations seeking to achieve compliance with its standards (the "Standards"). Third party products and services are also available, but the Council does not endorse or recommend any such third party products or services, and advises all organizations seeking to achieve compliance to become familiar with the Standards and related requirements before purchasing third party products or services. Ultimately, all applicable requirements must be met in order to achieve compliance, regardless of whether or what third party products or services are used.
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