Development Relief: Reducing the cost and complexity of compliance
The deadlines and expanding obligations for regulations such as GDPR and PCI loom large and the penalties for failure cannot be ignored. While operational risks and controls are always at the center of every compliance & risk management program, development risks and obligations cannot be ignored.
Focusing primarily on GDPR and the 2017 PCI Mobile Payment Acceptance Security Guidelines for Developers, this webinar calls out specific development and DevOps requirements and their implications on your application development practices (as well as your suppliers’). Attendees will leave with concrete recommendations and resources to better align development and DevOps practices with effective data security and governance, risk and compliance management. Length = 1 hour
Friday, February 23rd, 10:00am - 11:00am EST
Tuesday, February 27th, 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Friday, March 2nd, 10:00am - 11:00am EST
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About the Speaker
Sebastian Holst ~ EVP & Chief Strategy Officer @PreEmptive Solutions
Sebastian Holst is responsible for product strategy and sales management at PreEmptive. Sebastian has held leadership positions in public and private software companies focusing on application security. In addition, he has been active in computing and industry standards bodies as a member of the W3C Advisory Committee, IDEAlliance board, and co-founder of the Compliance Consortium (now OCEG).
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