April 15, 2014

What Every Director Needs to Know about Credit Cards and Patron Privacy

Header Webcast NewSize2 91813 What Every Director Needs to Know about Credit Cards and Patron Privacy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credit cards are a way of life, even at public libraries.  However, many library decision-makers are unsure of how to meet their obligations when it comes to protecting patron information.  Confusion about the PCI Data Security Standard can inadvertently expose the library to serious consequences.

This Webcast will provide clear-cut, definitive answers about how to accept credit cards, protect patron privacy, and comply with the PCI Standard.  Presenters include library professionals who have confronted the challenge as well as an independent Qualified Security Assessor to answer your specific questions.

Comprise Technologies offers 100% PCI validated products for online, over-the-counter, and self-service payments.

Join Comprise; Carolyn Blatchley, Cumberland County Library System; Jon Stuckel, Mid-Columbia Libraries; and John Rogers, 403 Labs, as they share their perspectives and expertise on this important topic.

Panelists
Carolyn Blatchley- Librarian, Cumberland County Library System
Jon Stuckel – IT Director, Mid-Columbia Libraries
John Rogers – Consultant, 403 Labs

Moderator

Matt Enis- Associate Editor, Library Journal

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