Is your Magento 1 Storefront PCI Compliant Past June 2020?

Livestream on Tuesday, March 24 | 11:00 am PT / 1:00 pm CT / 2:00 pm ET

Joe Rollinson
CEO of Best Worlds
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John Shin
MD of RSI Security
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Jay Smith
Founder & CTO of Webscale
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It’s time to put this subject to bed! While there have been plenty of social media discussions on the security and PCI compliance implications of the Magento 1 (M1) June 2020 EOL, few of them have consulted experts to get to the right answers.

So, Webscale and Best Worlds have joined forces with RSI Security, an organization certified by the PCI Council to assess compliance, to bring you a livestream that will answer the questions on every Magento merchant’s mind.

In this livestream, we will explore:

  • What are the risks involved with staying on M1 from a PCI standpoint?
  • What does an M1 merchant need to do to be PCI compliant after June 2020?
  • Can hosting companies and agencies claim to make M1 sites PCI compliant?
  • If a merchant changes how they are collecting payment, can they be taken “out of scope”?
  • Are patches from a third party considered compliant by the PCI Council and Merchant Account providers?

And lots more.

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Speakers

Joe Rollinson
CEO of Best Worlds

Joe is an entrepreneur and engineer with 21 years of ecommerce experience. His passion started back in the late nineties when his division of Yahoo was hosting giants like the FIFA World Cup store. As the founder and CEO of Best Worlds, he has spent the last 15 years helping merchants optimize and grow.  Best Worlds has been working with Magento since 2009, and has worked with over 100 different merchants, many of whom were acquired after double or triple digit growth.  More recently Joe and his team at Best Worlds have been helping merchants migrate to the right platform, many to Magento 2, but others to BigCommerce, Shopify and WooCommerce when Magento wasn’t the right fit.

John Shin
Managing Director of RSI Security

John Shin has 18 years of leadership, management, and Information Technology experience. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, CISM, and Project Management Professional (PMP). He is the principal author on multiple Internet privacy and security technology papers such as the Dominant Cyber Offensive Engagement and Supporting Technology and Reconnaissance & Data Exfiltration for U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.

Previously, John was responsible for external customer information systems as well as the global infrastructure operations at Abraxas Corporation, a risk mitigation technology company solely focused on the National Security Community. He also worked in several management positions for Genoptix Inc. (Nasdaq: GXDX) in the IT/Bioinformatic division. During his tenure at SunGard, Mr. Shin operated as an operations engineer responsible for mission-critical Infrastructure and ISO-compliance system processes.

Jay Smith
Founder and CTO of Webscale

Jay Smith founded Webscale in 2012 and currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer of the Company. He has co-authored over 30 peer reviewed articles in the area of parallel and distributed computing systems.

In addition to his academic publications, while at IBM, Jay received over 20 patents and numerous corporate awards for the quality of those patents. Jay left IBM as a Master Inventor in 2008 to focus on High Performance Computing at DigitalGlobe. There, Jay pioneered the application of GPGPU processing within DigitalGlobe. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Colorado State University in 2008.

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