Welcome to Secure Payments, the podcast channel which provides useful insights, fireside discussions and knowledge sharing on payment security and compliance.
Secure Payments provide easy-to-digest advice, guidance and interesting discussions on a range of issues relating to payment security, compliance and customer experience. Our monthly schedule will look at different industries, territories and include guests speakers who are experts in their fields.
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PCI DSS v4.0: What it means for Compliance in the Cloud
The compliance landscape is changing, with the recent release of the updated PCI DSS standard, PCI DSS v4.0.
Back in 2020 PCI Pal's CISO, Geoff Forsyth, chatted with Jane Goodayle about 'Compliance in the Cloud'. In the episode, Geoff discussed designing and delivering a global cloud platform for achieving PCI DSS compliance and offered his advice and considerations to organisations embarking on their own cloud journey.
The latest episode of Secure Payments sees Jane and Geoff revisit the topic and analyse how the release of PCI DSS v4.0 affects achieving and maintaining Compliance in the Cloud going forward.
Payments 22: The Future of Security and CX
We recently held our inaugural virtual event Payments: The Future of Security and CX.
Speakers from our global ecosystem came together to discuss the trends in the market, showcase innovative solutions, and provide insights into the future of payment security and compliance.
In this episode we are joined by some of the event’s speakers where, together, we delve further into the pressing topics for the payments and CX industries in 2022.
Jennifer Rossi – Senior Sales Executive, Worldpay
Mayur Pitamber – Senior Director of International Product Marketing, 8x8
Colin Crowley – CX Advisor, Freshworks
Jayesh Patel - PCI Pal Advisory Committee
Paul Rogers - Chairman, Vendorcom
Love your customer
In this episode PCI Pal's SVP Global Marketing, Jane Goodayle, discusses how excellent customer experiences can be maintained in tandem with the best practice in payment security.
A common concern we hear when organisations review their payment security technology is the potential disruption to the end user.
Nothing sees customers' trust erode quicker than their personal data being stolen. With loyalty on the line, there is no bigger challenge for a business than the fall-out of a data breach.
It's time to invest in customer relationships. At what intersections do compliance and customer experience combine? Can they ever be a match made in heaven or will one always compromise the other? Today we explore five security and CX potions to make your customers love you.
2022: Striking the Right CX and Security Balance
The pandemic has forced many organisations to change how they interact with their customers. Many retailers, for example, adopted a direct-to-consumer approach, using apps and social media in place of physical outlets.
A significant number of organisations have retained remote workforces – or at least hybrid working – and these shifts have demanded a fresh approach to customer experience strategies, with an emphasis on delivering a seamless customer experience no matter where agents or customer services teams are located. Part of this is to ensure that security is woven into the heart of all customer interactions – particularly when handling customers’ card payments.
As we enter 2022, consumers want businesses to ensure their personal data, including payment information is safe, and businesses need to have a concrete game plan in motion to make consumers feel secure.
In this short episode, PCI Pal’s Data Protection Officer, Innes French, provides predictions that all CX managers should consider in order to strike a balance between providing a frictionless customer experience with the security measures that customers expect and compliance regulators will be auditing.
Reset and re-evaluate your security strategies
Stop fearing the unknown and focus on existing threats
Make payment security compliance a year-round concern, not an annual tick-box exercise
It’s time to get serious about making cybersecurity a CX priority
Working Smarter - Are you PCI Compliant?
This episode is taken from Calabrio's 'Working Smarter' podcast. PCI Pal's Chief Revenue Officer, Darren Gill, joins Calabrio to discuss PCI Compliance and common misconceptions around the standard before offering businesses advice on how to secure card payments.
Five Data Security Threats and Scares
This spooky season, Nicole Von Seggern and Nick Johnson discuss the five data security threats and scares that make the hairs on the back of contact centre managers' necks stand up.
But, fear not, for the duo also cover what protections organisations can put in place to avoid them.