Excited About PCI DSS 4.0? What to Expect & How to Prepare, Part 2 – Chris Pin – SCW #91

We’re getting closer to the Q1 2022 release of PCI DSS 4.0, which is expected to differ from the current PCI DSS 3.2.1 version in a few key ways. This includes giving organizations more options in how they become compliant, along with customized implementation. In this podcast, Chris Pin, VP of Privacy and Compliance at PKWARE, will discuss what customized implementation means for organizations, additional changes to 4.0, and why they’re important.

And, while PCI 3.2.1 won’t be retired until 2024, it’s a good idea for companies to get started now with their 4.0 compliance strategy. After all, the road to compliance could be a long one, and 2025 will be here before we know it! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/scw for all the latest episodes!

Full Episode Show Notes

Excited About PCI DSS 4.0? What to Expect & How to Prepare, Part 2


Chris Pin

Chris Pin – VP, Privacy and Security at PKWARE

Chris Pin serves as PKWARE’s VP, Security and Privacy. In this role, Chris drives value and awareness for all PKWARE customers regarding the various challenges that both privacy and security regulations bring to the data-driven world. He works closely with all customers and potential customers to help them better understand how PKWARE solutions best fit into their environments and processes. He also works very closely with many other departments such as Sales, Marketing, Partners, and Product to help build brand awareness and product insights.


Jeff Man

Jeff Man – #HackingisNotaCrime Advocate, Sr. InfoSec Consultant at Online Business Systems


Cryptanalyst, infosec analyst, pioneering ex-NSA pen tester, PCI specialist and certified security curmudgeon. Currently a Sr. InfoSec Consultant for Online Business Systems.

Johanna Baum

Johanna Baum – CEO, Founder at Strategic Security Solutions


Johanna (Jo) Baum, CEO and Founder of S3, a security consulting company focusing on IAM, eGRC, and Security Professional Services.

Jo has vast expertise in the security and compliance field and has served both industry and large consulting organizations. For the last fourteen years, she has operated as the CEO and founder of Strategic Security Solutions (S3) providing security, eGRC, and IDG services for Fortune 2000 companies.

Kat Valentine

Kat Valentine – Compliance Free Agent (Consultant) at Osmosis Security

Getting her start with phones and computers at the early age of 6, Kat decided to put fear of success and failure aside to start Osmosis Security, a boutique security firm that supported her vision of what the professional hacker community should be focused on. Kat had humble beginnings and started her career working technical support for a local dial-up ISP in 1998. Since then, Kat worked in many different roles, from network voice engineer, vulnerability researcher to auditor, and is responsible for the secure and compliant design of several well-known cloud providers, payment providers, security platforms and end user applications, including the first compliance automation platform.


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