NNT set to unravel the mysteries of PCI-DSS at the Retail Systems Forum 2011

Box Technologies, the UK provider of customer interface technology solutions, has announced the latest in a line of speakers for this year's Retail Systems Forum 2011, to be held on 18 May 2011, within the Microsoft Conference Centre in Reading, Berkshire.


 
PCI-DSS certification is mandatory for any type of organisation processing credit card transactions and Mark Kedgley, Chief Technical Officer at NNT, will take a close look at the challenges faced by retailers as they continuously monitor their own compliance procedures. He will explain the attitudes of the retail industry towards PCI-DSS, its affect on today's multi-channel environment and the strategies that are making the most sense of a complicated, expensive and time consuming piece of legislation.
 
The PCI-DSS is subject to review and retailers may suddenly be faced with a scenario where the goal-posts are moved. Therefore a retailer's long term compliance strategy must be flexible. Technology is key in this, but there again, so is a healthy dose of common sense!
 
Mark Kedgley is the Chief Technical Officer at NNT. He states that their mission is to simplify the requirements of the PCI DSS for their customers by developing tools that automate the numerous complex security safety checks so that even for large organisations, ensuring compliance with the PCI DSS is as easy as checking your inbox.
 
To register for this free event or for full details of event sponsors, programme, keynote speakers and timings please visit www.retailsystemsforum.co.uk
 
The Retail Technology Review will bring you a series of updates as we move closer to the event.
 

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