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STAFFORD, Va. -- The Petroleum Convenience Alliance for Technology Standards (PCATS) is extending of the registration fee for the one and one-half day chief information officer (CIO) Data Security Boot Camp, being held Jan. 19-20, during the PCATS 2010 Annual Conference in New Orleans. The fee remains $799 for PCATS members and $899 for non-members through Jan. 8, and includes access to the PCATS Annual Conference and related events.
PCATS and NACS partnered with Coalfire Systems Inc., an information technology (IT) audit and compliance firm, to deliver an intensive educational boot camp that teaches about payment card industry (PCI) compliance requirements, including deadlines, merchant levels and reporting; including completing a self assessment questionnaire (SAQ). The PCI compliance report and audit scope will be reviewed, as well as a complete overview of the 12-step process to validate compliance.
"After completing the boot camp, attendees may receive 12 full continuing professional education (CPE) credits and a certificate," said Rick Dakin, president at Coalfire. "This course is targeted for c-store industry representatives who wish to expedite compliance, reduce costs and stay current with their professional education."
To obtain additional details, or register for the CIO data security boot camp, visit www.pcats.org/ciobootcamp.
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