Do not pass up the chance to collaborate and gain knowledge on the latest developments in payment security at the upcoming 2023 PCI SSC Asia-Pacific Community Meeting. This event features presentations from some of the sharpest minds in payment security. Below Brian Odian, Director - APAC Managed Compliance Services, VikingCloud provides a preview of his presentation on Compliance is a Program, Not a Project.
This event is open to all in the payments industry. We invite you to register to attend today!
Watch a sneak peek of Compliance is a Program, Not a Project
Don’t miss his session featured at the PCI SSC Asia-Pacific Community Meeting held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 15-16 November.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge has around 485,000 square metres of steelwork which needs to be repainted every 5 years to protect it from corrosion. The road surface on the bridge has to be replaced around every 10 years and even the flags on top of the bridge are changed every 4-6 months. Just as you finish one task another one begins, or you have to restart what you just finished. If the maintenance program isn’t managed the results could be catastrophic. Likewise, if we treat compliance programs as individual projects, or one-off tasks, and don’t maintain them, corrosion of our overall security and compliance posture could easily occur. So, what we will consider as part of this presentation is:
- Why compliance should be viewed as a program.
- World view on regulatory compliance.
- Synergies between compliance programs.
- Developing a mature compliance program.
- Impediments to success.