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PCI DSS Foundation Training Course

PCI PCI Overview & Introduction Training Course

This one day Foundation course provides an introduction to the Payment Card Industry Security Standard (PCI DSS) and delivers practical guidance on how it applies to your organisation.

Fully updated for the recently released PCI DSS v3.0 standard.

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London (See venue details)
Price: £550.00 (GBP)

PCI DSS Foundation Training

The PCI DSS is administered by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SCC) with the specific objectives of decreasing payment card fraud across the internet and increasing the security of confidential payment card information.

Every organisation that stores or transmits or processes card holder data must comply with PCI DSS standard. Compliance to the standard is regulated and enforced by payment card brands, such as VISA, MasterCard and American Express, directly or through their partner relationships with ‘acquirer’ banks.

Developed by a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), this one day training course builds a clear understanding of the PCI DSS and enables you to plan a cost-effective, time-efficient compliance project.

Who should attend this course?

Anyone involved in a PCI DSS compliance project who would like to develop a background on the standard and its requirements.

If you need a more comprehensive and practical coverage of all aspects of the implementation and continued maintenance of PCI DSS, please see our 3-day PCI DSS Implementation Training Course.

For a practical session on how to complete the PCI DSS v3 Self Assessment Questionnaires (SAQs), please see our one-day PCI DSS v3 SAQ Workshop.

Course contents include

  • The purpose of the PCI DSS and the requirement for protection of cardholder data.
  • PCI DSS objectives and intent.
  • Related PCI standards and programmes.
  • Understand how PCI DSS compliance is enforced by the payment brands.
  • Compliance needs for merchants and service providers. Explanation of the different levels.
  • Understand how compliance to the standard must be reported by merchants and service providers.
  • Overview of the 12 standard requirements.

Are there entry requirements?

This introductory course has no formal entry requirements. You may benefit from advance reading of the following introductory guide: PCI DSS - A Pocket Guide.

Why choose us for PCI training?

IT Governance Ltd is a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) company, approved by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SCC), which means we regularly audit PCI Compliance in a wide range of organisations.

By choosing us for PCI training you will benefit from our wealth of practical experience gained as a QSA.



How to book

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View available training dates and book online using the form at the top of this page.

   

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To discuss your learning needs with our training experts.
Call us on +44 (0) 845 070 1750.

Or download our booking form
Complete it and fax to us on +44 (0) 1353 662667.

 

 

We accept purchase orders from local authorities, government departments, and other public sector organisations, and will consider account facilities for large corporate customers. See our payment options page for details.

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"A complex topic covered in a clear and concise way - suitable for all levels"
- David Keech, Convergys Corporation

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1. on 17/05/2013, said:
The trainer was extremely confident in his delivery of the course material. I thoroughly enjoyed this course.
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2. on 17/05/2013, said:
Very useful for anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of PCI. Finally some of the parts I was confused about clicked into place.
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