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Your company MUST be PCI compliant if it receives payments in the form of credit cards, checks and wires? As our technology base in the world has improved and made our lives easier, so has the threat of having our identities stolen. Each year we hear of several companies that have experienced data breaches and the major negative impact it has on all consumers. Data breaches are not only detrimental to consumers, but should your company experience a data breach, expect the cost to be roughly $3.8M. With all that being said, you must understand what your company needs to do to get PCI complaint.

  • What PCI is
  • Why PCI is important for you and your customers
  • How PCI got started and who started it
  • What the 4 data breach levels are
  • How to check if your company is PCI compliant
  • If your company is not PCI complaint you will learn what you need to do to get it compliant

You will learn why PCI is important to your company and what the risks are of not being PCI compliant.You will be able to identify area’s in your company that are not compliant and learn what you need to do to get your company compliant. You will learn about the Red Flag rules and how to they will help to keep your company complaint.

  • Director of Credit
  • Credit Managers
  • All Credit department employees
  • VP of finance
  • Controllers
  • Owners of small businesses
  • Any business that takes credit cards
  • Finance Managers
  • Legal Counsel

Ronald Sereika is the manager of credit and collections at CooperVision, Inc. He has been an NACM instructor since 1998 as well as a speaker at the NACM Credit Congress, NACM Eastern Regional Conference and New York State NACM Annual Meeting for the past four years. He has attended the Graduate School of Finance at Dartmouth University and has earned the designations of CCE -Certified Credit Executive and CEW- Certified Expert Witness.

Mr. Sereika has been honored to win the following awards: NACM Instructor of the Year 2010, NACM CCE Award of Excellence 2013 and the Upstate New York Credit Executive of the Year in 2011. He has a BS in Accounting from Fredonia State University and has done numerous webinars and speaking engagements over the past five years.

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