Mar 02 2010

RSAC2010: Mark Bower, Voltage Security

Published by at 8:47 am under Encryption,PCI,Podcast,Risk

As a PCI QSA, one of the big technologies I’m looking at this show is end-to-end encryption (E2EE).  So it’s no surprise that my first interview of RSA 2010 is with Mark Bower, the Director of Information Protection Solutions at Voltage Security.  We talk about what E2EE is, how it will affect merchants and what we might be seeing in the future from Voltage SecureData Payments POS SDK.  I hope that we’ll see adoption of Voltage’s SDK or something very similar in the coming year, we need to help merchants protect cardholder data as close to the point it enters their network as possible.

NSP-RSAC2010-VoltageSecurity.mp3

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