Rocky Mountain Association for Financial Professionals
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SEPTEMBER  2014

NEXT LUNCHEON OF THE SEASONHorizontal Rule

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 11:45 p.m.-1:30 p.m. (Mountain Time- Denver)

 

In-Person at Maggianos Restaurant Denver Tech Center at 7401 S. Clinton Street

1 hour presentation- 50 minutes lecture and 10 minutes Q & A

 

Session Title:  Protect and secure customer payment information

 

Session Description:

 

In the last year there ha s been quite a few well-known brands who have been in the headlines as victims of data breaches.  In this session, you?ll gain a better understanding of how to effectively protect and secure receivables data and dollars throughout the entire cash conversion cycle. We will discuss Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) and what they mean to you. You will learn common causes of data breaches and tactics to help you mitigate these risks. You will take away best practices for creating strategies to help protect your company.

 

Biography:

 

Bill Coward is an Electronic Receivables Consultant with Wells Fargo. He consults with companies and governments to optimize their payment A/R architecture, specifically in the mid/large corporate markets.

 

Bill brings more than 10 years of A/R efficiency experience . He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Vermont. Prior to coming to Wells Fargo, Bill owned his own merchant card processing sales organization. He also held positions in the financial services arena at Capital Group Companies and Prudential Securities.

 

Greg Rosenberg is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and Qualified Security Assessor with thirteen years of information technology experience with seven of those years focused on information and network security. Greg is currently a Security Engineer for the Trustwave Alliances group. He assists partners with technical details surrounding PCI DSS interpretation, program implementation and general security issues.

 

Before assuming his current role, Greg was a Security Engineer building and administering security devices.  He has extensive experience in network design and support with a keen focus on small and medium sized businesses.