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PCI compliance: Key considerations for health care


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Most hospitals are not PCI DSS compliant—now is the time to get started.

Higher numbers of insured patients have escalated payment activity at many health care companies, increasing their risk profile for payment card data breaches. While health care organizations have dealt with HIPAA for many years, PCI DSS is a completely different animal. The cost of compliance is alarmingly high, but one data breach will make those investments seem inexpensive.

Join us on June 30 for an in-depth webcast as we provide insights into the notable requirements and clarifications introduced in PCI DSS version 3.1. We also provide some practical suggestions of what you may want to start considering now to successfully minimize the risk of a payment card data breach.

Topics include:

  • Identification of functions within typical health care facilities that accept credit cards and hence must be compliant to PCI DSS
  • How PCI compliance can affect your business processes and information security initiatives
  • New requirements with PCI DSS 3.1 and how they could drastically affect your compliance efforts
  • Guidance on how to provide the highest level of security for confidential data while still implementing efficient credit card handling processes

About our speaker
Corbin Del Carlo, Director, Risk Advisory Services, RSM LLP, specializes in internal and external network security reviews, penetration testing, internal technology controls reviews, information systems security policy analysis, PCI DSS assessments, control evaluations and technology risk assessments/impact analysis.

Event Information

Who Should Attend
Executives looking to understand how PCI compliance affects their companies.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Noon–1 p.m. EDT


One credit available to eligible participants.


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