Webinar: Getting to market faster by outsourcing PCI compliance
Building a PCI Cardholder Data Environment (CDE) is a time-consuming and costly project, often delaying development timelines that many organisations, especially start-ups cannot afford.
Join us as we chat with Brian Whorley from Paytient to discuss how his company was able to build a better product faster by partnering with Very Good Security (VGS), enabling them to save time and money which they could then spend on pursuing more opportunities to grow their business.
Brian will be joined by Peter Berg, VP of business development and strategy for VGS as they discuss the benefits of outsourcing PCI compliance.
Join this free webinar on 22 April 2021 and you will learn:
- Cost benefits of outsourcing PCI compliance.
- How outsourcing PCI can enable companies to get more value from their data.
- How a Zero Data approach to protecting card data is also a practical solution to managing other sensitive data.
VP of business development & strategy, Very Good Security (VGS)
Peter joined VGS from Visa, where he created and led Visa Ventures, a global venture investment arm responsible for investments in early-stage payment and technology companies including Stripe, Marqeta, Klarna, Chain and more.
Before leading Visa Ventures, Peter helped shape Visa’s product strategy in new and emerging payments, and lead Visa’s relationship with Square. Prior to Visa, Peter was a co-founder or early employee of several successful startups in financial services and technology; two were acquired and one remains privately held today.
Founder & CEO, Paytient
Brian is the CEO of Paytient – which you can think of as a line of credit for medical expenses. This is the second time he has started a successful company, and this latest startup is doing something innovative to help employees assume greater financial responsibility for their healthcare. Before starting Paytient, he spent a few years at a community hospital in Columbia, Missouri.
Deputy Editor, FinTech Futures
Alex Hamilton is deputy editor at FinTech Futures. He has been reporting on the financial technology sector for more than five years across a variety of industry publications and has written extensively on digital transformation, cybersecurity, and enterprise technology. He holds a masters degree in ancient history from the University of Nottingham.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR
22 APRIL, 4PM BST