Training Opportunities at the Community Meetings

Training Opportunities at the Community Meetings

“My ISA training has saved us countless hours of internal rework and saved us billable hours with our external auditors. The payoff is quick and easily apparent.”

You already know the PCI SSC Community Meetings are a unique opportunity to get the latest technological and security updates from Council staff and industry experts. Many of these insights will change the way you think about payment security and help you advance your career in the process.

But did you know there’s another way to enhance your career: official PCI training classes? The PCI SSC offers training alongside the Community Meetings, allowing attendees to take an in-depth look at payment security with an expert PCI SSC instructor.

Education is the best defense for protecting your organization’s data assets. Consider taking training to increase data security in your organization. Training classes occur either before or after the meetings, allowing you to save on travel costs and time without missing a single session of our compelling agenda this year.

We offer many assessor classes:

“The P2PE training is the most technically complex training, specifically surrounding encryption. It was very helpful to thoroughly understand what we as QSA (P2PE) are required to test.”

Internal Security Assessor (ISA) – 2 days of instruction on how to perform assessments for your own organization, including risk based approach, compensating controls and more.

Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) – 2 days of training teach you to perform PCI DSS assessments for merchants and service providers, covers all reporting mechanisms

Payment Application Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA) – 2 day class provides tools to perform PA-DSS assessments ands associated testing

Point-to-Point Encryption Assessor (P2PE) – 2 days of instruction provide a solid foundation to assess P2PE compliance with all six domains in the P2PE Standard.

Community Meeting Training Schedule

Internal Security Assessor (ISA)27-28 September22-23 October*1-2 November
Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)27-28 September and 2-3 October20-21 October30-31 October
Payment Application Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA)2-3 October18-19 October1-2 November
Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE)4-5 OctoberNot available30-31 October

Learn more about training in Vancouver, Tokyo and Nice and get the best defense against data breaches: education.

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