MobileIron to partner with PCI Security Standards Council

By : |December 17, 2013 0

MOUNTAIN VIEW, USA: MobileIron announced that it has joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a new Participating Organization.

MobileIron will work with the Council to achieve and improve payment data security worldwide through the ongoing development of the PCI Security Standards, including the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), PIN Transaction Security (PTS) requirements and the Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS).

Today, MobileIron will be hosting a webinar: ‘Is Your Mobile Strategy Ready for PCI 3.0?’ Led by Michael Raggo, MobileIron security evangelist.

The webinar will cover:

New PCI DSS 3.0 mobile requirements

Recent mobile attacks and countermeasures for credit card environments

Building a comprehensive mobile security strategy for mobile credit card processing

Endorsed by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa Inc., the PCI Security Standards require merchants and service providers that store, process or transmit customer payment card data to adhere to information security controls and processes that ensure data protection.

To enhance payment data security globally while embracing new technologies as they are developed, the Council relies on involvement of those across the payments processing chain, from merchants and service providers to payment device manufacturers and software developers, financial institutions and processors.

As a Participating Organization, MobileIron adds its voice to the standards setting process and will receive previews of drafts of standards and supporting materials in order to provide feedback to shape their final versions, as well as engage a growing community of more than 600 organizations united to improve payment security.

MobileIron will also have the opportunity to recommend new initiatives for consideration to the PCI Security Standards Council, participate in exclusive webinars and question and answer sessions with Council representatives, and review and discuss new versions of the PCI Security Standards while sharing cross-sector experiences and best practices at the annual Community Meetings.

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