Webinar Will Explore the Value of Penetration Testing, the Current Security Risks Associated with Tank Gauge Monitoring, and the Potential Impact of IoT Devices

Cybera has announced it will present a live webinar titled “Three Real-World Scenarios That Impact PCI Compliance” in conjunction with Conexxus, a non-profit, member-driven technology organization dedicated to the development and implementation of standards, technologies innovation, and advocacy for the convenience store and retail fueling market.

When:
Thursday, November 12, 2020, at 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern Time

Why Attend:
During this live presentation, Rob Chapman, Director of Security Architecture at Cybera, will examine three real-world PCI scenarios impacting today’s convenience stores (C-stores) and fuel retailers, including:

  • Determining how safe you really are: the value of penetration testing 
  • Recognizing the current security risks associated with tank gauge monitoring
  • Understanding the potential impact of IoT devices on PCI compliance 

Each real-world scenario will include an overview of how this aspect of PCI compliance could impact a business. The webinar will also include an overview of the current PCI challenges affecting the industry, along with practical solutions to address each challenge.

Learn More and Register Here:
https://www.cybera.com/knowledge-center/three-real-world-scenarios-that-impact-pci-compliance/

About the Presenter, Rob Chapman:
As Director of Security Architecture at Cybera, Rob Chapman is responsible for the company’s overall cybersecurity architecture and PCI compliance initiatives. During his career, he has focused on areas ranging from academic and enterprise technologies to big data and audiovisual systems. Chapman has a Masters in Educational Leadership and Instructional Technology from Tennessee Technological University. He currently resides in Columbia, TN.

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