GDPR Workshop - Ashford, Kent

Wednesday 28 February 2018

The GDPR applies to ‘controllers’ and ‘processors’.  A controller determines the purposes and means of processing personal data. A processor is responsible for processing personal data on behalf of a controller. If you are a processor, the GDPR places specific legal obligations on you; for example, you are required to maintain records of pers... More Info

Card Fraud Prevention Training - Miami

Tuesday 05 - Thursday 07 June 2018

As the card and electronic payments businesses evolve, so too do techniques employed by fraudsters. This means that card issuers and acquirers must review and improve their fraud management and risk mitigation capabilities accordingly. Increasingly, the card not present scenario, such as shopping on the internet poses a greater threat as the mer... More Info


The financial industry has long been plagued by org charts built around departmental silos. In banking, everyone works on their own initiatives with separate goals. Seldom is there collaboration between teams. Sometimes, the competition between departments can be downright adversarial. Marketing today is about integrating across multiple channel... More Info

PCI DSS - Personnel Training Requirements, Resources & Delivery Methods

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Training requirements vary according to the level of involvement, responsibilities, and how critical each trainee is to the integrity of the cardholder data environment. In this section we define each trainee group, their responsibilities, and their impact on PCI compliance and system security. For each group we also outline support/resource, methods/channels, and periodicity (or frequency) requirements and recommendations.

PCI Training & Awareness Requirements - Part 1

PCI DSS v3.1 Training Requirements Definition: The following section presents an analysis and clarification on each PCI DSS Training requirement in relation to the target training group and how they are affected.

LiquidNexxus presents guidance on ATM Malware at the (closed-door) Third Strategic Meeting on Payment Card Fraud (PCF) organised by EUROPOL, ASEANAPOL and INTERPOL in Bangkok.

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On 13 and 14 December 2016, Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), together with ASEANAPOL and INTERPOL, and with the support of the Romanian National Police and the Royal Thai Police, convened for the Third Strategic Meeting on Payment Card Fraud (PCF) in Bangkok Thailand. The event was hosted by the Electronic Transaction Development Agency (public organisation), and the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society.