Basic Building Blocks: Preparing for PCI DSS 2.0

Basic Building Blocks: Preparing for PCI DSS 2.0


Application security controls are becoming mandatory by executives who are seeking to minimize public exposure, fines and credit card processing costs. With their own reputation and brands at risk, merchants and service providers must secure applications from potential vulnerabilities to comply with PCI DSS standards.

This webcast covers:

  • An overview and background of PCI
  • “The Dirty Dozen” 12 PCI DSS requirements
  • PCI DSS application security requirements – changes in 2.0
  • A real-world case study
  • And much more


John Jacott Director of Solutions Enablement at Veracode

John with 15 + years of experience, leads Veracode’s Solutions Enablement group for partners and strategic accounts. His extensive auditing experience, lately as a PCI QSA and IRCA Lead Auditor for Information Security Management Systems provides a complete and pragmatic perspective on application security and information security controls. He has worked as an Information Security Consultant and Information Security Program Manager for several large Fortune 100 firms.

Andrew R. Reese Security Practices at Compucom

Nationally recognized Security Subject Matter Expert, and published author, with 32 years of experience; possessing a vast range of industry and vendor specific certifications that demonstrate executive and operational management skills, as well as, actual hands-on technical proficiency. Working as a Virtual CxO, security consulting practice leader, and principal consultant for CompuCom Systems’ North American operations, Andrew provides professional consulting services with a team of 26-regional lead consultants to public and private corporations, state and local government, at all levels of an organizational structure, including: strategic, operational, and tactical.

Veracode, Inc.
Oct 4, 2010
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