PCI DSS 4.0 – A Transformational and Technology Driven Future for Payments
The newly released PCI DSS 4.0 continues to be hotly debated and discussed, since its launch on 31st March 2022. At its core, the new standard is aimed at enabling financial services organizations, stay compliant in a rapidly changing risk landscape, by supporting a range of new payment environments, technologies, and methodologies.
Curious to know more about the updated standards?
This fireside chat provides a perspective on key changes and what they mean to your organization.
- PCI DSS 4.0 has been a significant update to the standard since the last one in Nov 2013 – what are the key takeaways for payment organizations?
- How do changes in standards account for advancements in security technology and evolving threats?
- What are the operational constraints expected with the onset of more stringent controls?
- What are the best practices to seamlessly transition to PCI DSS 4.0?
Watch the video for an insightful discussion with Dr. Rebecca Wynn – Chief Cybersecurity Strategist and Privacy & Risk Officer, Kaushik Pandey – Vice President & North America Country Head at SISA, and Shannon Swanson – Principal Consultant at SISA, on how organizations in the payments industry can efficiently implement the new controls to align with the changes in standards relating to outcome-based compliance, ‘customized’ approaches, testing critical controls and MFA implementation among others.