Upcoming Webinar: PCI DSS Guidance for Mobile Security

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Join Online Tech and guest Adam Goslin, COO, High Bit Security as they review the challenges and details of the recent PCI mobile guidelines as they relate to PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) and PA DSS (Payment Application Data Security Standards) compliance.

Join Online Tech and guest Adam Goslin, COO, High Bit Security as they review the challenges and details of the recent PCI mobile guidelines as they relate to PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) and PA DSS (Payment Application Data Security Standards) compliance.

Title: PCI DSS Guidance for Mobile Security
When: Tuesday, April 9 @2PM ET
Register: Online with GoToMeeting
Description: In February, 2013, the PCI Security Standards Council released a document covering Mobile Payment Acceptance Security Guidelines.  High Bit Security COO, Adam Goslin, will review the highlights of the recent guidelines, detailing some of the clarity and pitfalls contained in the recent mobile guidance from the PCI SSC, including impacts to PCI-DSS and PA-DSS compliance.


Adam GoslinAdam Goslin, COO, High Bit Security, LLC

Adam has an IT career that spans more than 15 years, going on to found High Bit Security, a national security services provider, providing penetration testing solutions to clients who need to protect sensitive data in industries such as Healthcare, Credit Card, Financial, or companies that otherwise store Intellectual Property or Personally Identifiable Information. High Bit Security also provides security consulting services to our clients to assist them with their compliance objectives across PCI-DSS, PA-DSS, or simply wish to perform a security best practices audit of their organization. www.HighBitSecurity.com


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