Introduction to the New PCI Software Security Framework

March 5, 2019

In January, the PCI SSC released its new Software Security Framework (SSF), which are new standards and procedures for validating applications for security, particularly the confidentiality and integrity of payment data and software. These standards documents take a different approach than other PCI standards, with a greater focus on objectives and fewer prescriptive elements.

In this webinar, Schellman's PCI DSS Practice Leader, Jacob Ansari, will:

  • Explore these standards
  • Point out some of the areas that still need definition, and
  • Consider the implications this has for software used in payment environments
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