The next-gen CPISI 2.0 training program is backed by deep forensics learnings to help businesses strengthen their knowledge core and seamlessly comply to the evolving payment security standards.
Bengaluru, October 5, 2020
SISA Information Security, a forensics-driven cybersecurity company, announced the launch of CPISI 2.0 on 2nd October 2020 – an all-new training program backed by deep forensics learnings that acts as a force multiplier for businesses to tackle evolving cyber threats. The CPISI 1.0 having trained more than 9000 professionals in over 100 organizations, the new CPISI 2.0 training program is aimed at imparting the knowledge required for organizations to be prepared for the upcoming changes in the regulatory environment.
CPISI 2.0 Launch Program
With the new CPISI 2.0 training program, enterprises can educate their cybersecurity personnel to create a mature payments security framework against the ever-increasing sophisticated attacks while complying with the most stringent PCI DSS regulations.
“With a huge community of learners, CPISI 1.0 has received an overwhelming response even during the pandemic. The same training program is currently being upgraded as we launch the CPISI 2.0 that is designed to help companies leapfrog their cybersecurity maturity model,” said Dharshan Shanthamurthy, Founder and CEO, SISA Information Security.
“Increasing payment security regulations make the CPISI 2.0 training program even more relevant in today’s context, and I am confident that all the participants of the program will have huge takeaways towards improving the payments security infrastructure,” said the Chief Guest of the event, Mr. Viswanath Krishnamurthy, Chief Risk Officer at National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).
Panel Discussion on “Evolving Payment Security Trends and Threats”
Hosted as a part of the CPISI 2.0 Symposium event, a leading-edge panel discussion took place on “Evolving Payment Security Trends and Threats”. The panel discussion witnessed participation from leaders and senior decision-makers in the banking, fintech, and supporting industries. As a part of the discussion, delegates emphasized on the need for continuously making efforts to make payments security and risk mitigation a priority for their business.
|Mr. Gipson Augustine, Deputy Vice President, Federal Bank||Viswanath Krishnamurthy, Chief Risk Officer at National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)|
|Mr. Amar Kumar Singh, Senior Director, Visa|
|Mr. Rishi Rajpal, Director – Global Security, Concentrix|
|Mr. Sarang Nagmote – AVP, TransUnion|
A general feeling was noted among the panelists that payment security regulators across the world, with their guidelines on data storage and privacy, are playing an active role to help companies prevent breaches.
In concluding, there was a consensus among all panel members that companies need to be educated on continuously assessing risks and complying to regulatory standards to provide a safe, secure and future-ready payments security ecosystem.
SISA is a Forensics-Driven Cybersecurity company with clientele across 55 countries. As a PCI Security Standards Council accredited forensic investigator, we leverage our deep forensics intelligence in our goal to 10X our customer security posture while keeping the total cost of ownership of cybersecurity initiatives at the lowest in every engagement.