Great Mix of Theory and Practice: usd PCI DSS Acquirer Meeting 2019

10. October 2019

At the invitation of usd AG, representatives of leading European acquirers once again came together for an exchange of experience and expertise with PCI DSS in Neu-Isenburg in early October 2019.

The event agenda included current developments from the world of PCI standards and innovations in the usd Compliance Management Program. A special focus was also on the exchange of experiences and the discussion of best practices in compliance management.

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PCI DSS Acquirer Meeting 2019

Ulrich Krug, Scheme Operations Manager at PAYONE GmbH, thanked the organizers for the event: “Thank you very much for hosting the Acquirer Meeting 2019. The mix of theory, information and practice has once again been successful!”

 “The Acquirer Meeting is a unique opportunity to intensively exchange ideas with organizations that are confronted with the same challenges as yourself on a daily basis,” adds Thomas Steininger, Head of Acquiring Service at card complete Service Bank AG. “The presentations of usd experts on news and developments in PCI standards round off the event.”

Christopher Kristes, Head of PCI Security Services at usd AG, explains the origins of the Acquirer Meeting: “It is very important to us to actively promote an exchange between our clients, because we have learnt that this usually results in the best solutions for common challenges. All the more reason for us to be happy about the community with which we have been working successfully for years, and which also helped to make today’s acquirer meeting a resounding success. The next PCI DSS Acquirer Meetings are already being planned. We are looking forward to them.”

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