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The Clock is Ticking: Rethink PCI 2.0 Compliance

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Tom Arnold
Payment Software Company
Tom Arnold
Tom Arnold is a partner with Payment Software Company™, Inc. (short PSC; www.paysw.com ), a firm specializing in payment systems, security, and compliance for companies that accept or process consumer payments. Mr. Arnold has had experience as a Vice President of Engineering and Chief...
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Dr. Torsten George
VP Worldwide Marketing
Dr. Torsten George
Torsten George is a marketing leader with more than 17 years of global experience in promoting security software and network equipment products. Based on his vision and superb technology and market foresight he has become a frequent speaker at industry events and resource for byline articles and...
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Dave Kearns
Senior Analyst
Dave Kearns
Dave spent 10 years as a network manager, ending up as Information Services Manager for the former Thomas-Conrad Corporation (now part of Compaq ). In 1987, he was a founding SysOp of Novell's Novell Support Connection service on Compuserve and served as the first president of the Association...
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