Complimentary Live Webinar: 2014 Compliance Updates

August 21, 2014

 

via MarketWired

Review the updates to SOC, ISO, PCI, and FedRAMP standards

August 21, 2014 – (Tampa, FL) – Schellman & Company, Inc., a leading provider of compliance and attestation reporting services, is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a complimentary webinar titled “2014 Compliance Standards Update,” on August 22 from 12:00pm EST to 1:00pm EST. Doug Barbin, Schellman Principal, will offer the participants an overview of the how 2013 brought these major changes and the initial release and request for comment on additional standards, however 2014 is the year where new versions become mandatory.

 

“Even though many of these standards went into effect earlier this year, changes are still being felt by organizations as they go through their annual audit cycles.” states Barbin. “The Schellman team has been briefing our clients on compliance updates throughout the year and is happy to share those observations plus our experience in the newer standards such as SOC 2, PCI DSS 3.0, and others. ”

This informative webinar will:

  • Provide an overview of SOC, PCI, ISO, and FedRAMP/FISMA
  • Discuss the background and the drivers for the changes
  • Identify the timeline for the updates

For more information and to register for the webinar, click here. The event will also be recorded and available for on-demand viewing, more information will be posted at www.schellman.com/webinars.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Douglas W. Barbin, QSA, CISSP, CPA, CCSK
Doug Barbin is a Principal (Shareholder) at Schellman where he is responsible for its security and compliance practices including PCI, FedRAMP, technical evaluations and assessments. Prior to joining Schellman in 2009, Doug spent nearly 10 years at VeriSign’s consulting and managed security services businesses where he oversaw, among others, some of the first PCI assessments performed under Visa’s Cardholder Information Security Program (CISP).

 

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