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Financial organizations and their merchant customers face the ever-growing challenge of PCI DSS compliance and control maintenance.

The webinar provides insight on how a risk based approach can ensure compliance with the updated PCI DSS guideline from v3.0 to v3.1. This session also delves on how an integrated GRC framework can manage control design assessments, audits, and issues. Industry experts discuss best practices to implement the PCI DSS update, including:

Streamlining creation of IT policy libraries for PCI DSS compliance requirements

Automating PCI DSS control assessments, reporting compliance status, risk assessments, open issues and remediation status

Integrating and automating PCI DSS controls with enterprise security systems

Integration with IT audit /Threat and Vulnerability systems for IT software, hardware, and asset compliance assessment processes

Adding a business context to threats and vulnerabilities

Thursday 6th August 2015


About the speakers


Abhishek Ramavat
Associate General Manager

Mr. Ramavat is an acknowledged practice leader and is responsible to drive GRC services strategy in the European Region for HCL. He has helped various organizations across industry verticals to transform in areas of IT Governance, Enterprise Risk Management, Quality Management, Audits, Compliance, Information Security & Business Excellence. He has been part of various strategic teams including Risk & Compliance Governance Board, Business Excellence and Balance Scorecard. His credential include ISO Standards, ITIL, CMMI, Malcolm Baldrige, Six Sigma and BPM Professional.

Vinaya Honavalli Sathyanarayana

Vinaya Honavalli Sathyanarayana
Senior Product Manager

Mr. Sathyanarayana is the Senior Product Manager for IT-GRC at MetricStream. He has several years of experience spanning various aspects of information technology management and has previously worked with organizations such as Siemens Communication Software, Hewlett-Packard, Covansys Corporation, and Kirusa, Inc. in technical and business capacities.