UKCCF Executive Club Event 2019 – PCI Compliance

PCI Pal are pleased to announce that we are attending and speaking at the 2019 UKCCF Executive Club Event on PCI Compliance, on the 22nd of May.

This event is taking place at Vintners Place, London, and will give delegates the opportunity to explore the intrinsic links between security and consumer trust, and will deliver key strategies for avoiding mistakes and mitigating risks within a contact centre environment.

What can you expect at the event?

The agenda throughout the day includes talks from members of the PCI Pal team, including Sales Director, Tony Smith, on brand and consumer trust, and Channel Sales Director, David Swift, on achieving sustainable PCI DSS compliance in contact centre environments.

Delegates can also expect to hear from experts across the industry on the following topics:

  • The advancement of sustainable PCI DSS compliance
  • Advances in biometric authentication to detect and stop fraud
  • The importance of secure critical infrastructure and networks

The event is also an excellent networking opportunity, and will allow attendees to meet with innovative organisations and individuals to discuss industry insights and compliance.

The full event agenda and registration form is available here.

Who should attend?

This event is designed for those working in a call centre environment, in particular in leadership or managerial roles, as well as IT Directors and Compliance Officers.

Connect with us

The PCI Pal team will be speaking and networking throughout the day, so why not come and speak to us about data security and compliance? You can connect with us prior to the event, or organise to meet during the networking session – simply contact our team at [email protected], or connect with us via LinkedIn.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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