Protecting Privacy 101: PCI, GDPR, and You
Project and Program: Enterprise Data Center
, Security and Compliance
, SHARE St. Louis 2018
Over the past decade, regulations like the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the European General Data Protection Regulation have been born, requiring businesses to pay more attention to data security. Coupled with high-profile breaches like those at Equifax, Target, and OPM, pressure is on IT from all directions: the boardroom, the public, and regulators.
The bottom line is that you must protect your data, but how? Between ever-growing and -shifting regulations and advanced, persistent cyber-threats, even contemplating a data protection project can be daunting. Encryption and tokenization are the obvious solutions, but the prospect of having to change every application and every data store is overwhelming. Yet you know you cannot afford to ignore the risks, lest you become the next headline—or at least risk fines, which can be significant.
Come hear about protecting privacy from a business perspective: what you need to worry about and how to approach it. This is not a comparison of data protection technologies per se, but rather a look at issues surrounding them.-Phil Smith-Micro Focus International
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