Speaker
Nitin Bhatnagar

Description


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Dear Member,

We are pleased to invite you to the Chapter Members Meeting as per details below

Topic : Demystifying –RBI PCI-DSS Mandate for Banks and Merchants.

Payments made through different payment products/channels are becoming popular among the customers with more and more banks providing such facilities to their customers (CNP/CPT). While this move of the banks indeed promotes and encourages the usage of electronic payments, it is vital that the banks ensure that transactions effected through such channels are safe and secure and not easily amenable to fraudulent usage.

With cyber-attacks becoming more unpredictable and electronic payment systems becoming vulnerable to new types of misuse, it is imperative that banks introduce certain minimum checks and balances to minimize the impact of such attacks and to arrest/minimize the damage.

As per RBI Mandate for security of Electronic Payment Transactions, Dated: February 28, 2013, Banks /Merchants are required to put in place security and risk control measures as detailed here under:

i. Banks should ensure that the terminals installed at the merchants for capturing card payments (including the double swipe terminals used) should be certified for PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry- Data Security Standards) and PA-DSS (Payment Applications -Data Security Standards).

ii. Banks should ensure that all Acquiring Infrastructure that is currently operational on IP (Internet Protocol) based solutions are mandatorily made to go through PCI-DSS and PA-DSS certification. This should include acquirers, processors / aggregators and large merchants.

Discussion would be revolving around the elucidation on the pointers highlighted by RBI to accomplish the PCI-DSS compliance/PA-DSS validation for products and applicability of the standard to various industries vertical including Service Provider, Merchant, Payment Gateway and Payment Processors.

Speaker & Profile: Mr.Nitin Bhatnagar

is a dynamic personality and is responsible for shaping and giving the right posture to the organization marketing strategies and business development. Nitin is an expert in his technical knowledge, convincing capability and excellent communication skills and currently heads Business Development.

A speaker at National/ international conferences like ISACA and Infosec Maestros awards. Penetration of Business opportunities for SISA in more than 15 countries across globe since 2010. Nitin has an additional passion of writing articles for various online/print media platforms in the field of information security. He also work with various cyber-crime forums and eminent cybercrime lawyers in India acting as a subject matter expert and assisting in designing the framework to combat domestic cybercrime. Nitin is a computer engineer from Institute of engineering and technology, Jhansi and has an Master degree in Cyber law and information security from IIIT Allahabad.

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Date : Saturday, 15th November 2014

Time: : 3.30 p.m to 5.30 p.m

Venue : Room # 412, 4th Floor, Welingkar Inst. Of Management.

Regards,

Krishna Kumar Menon

Education Chair,

ISACA Mumbai Chapter



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