PCI, A New Approach: How to Build Compliance without Rebuilding Your Network

Tuesday, May 05 | 12:00PM–1:00PM | Minneapolis Grand Ballroom Salon E, Third Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Columbia University has implemented a PCI-compliant network using a combination of outsourcing, Citrix, autodynamic scanning, and log retention to create a payment card network that runs over the same network as the university's other functions. A typical PCI-compliance program requires the separation of network elements to segregate the credit card traffic from all other traffic on the network. Using this approach, Columbia was able to save hundreds of thousands of dollars in infrastructure costs.

OUTCOMES: Learn about PCI compliance * Understand the risks of not doing PCI * Discover a method of doing PCI compliance that doesn't require building a network


  • Joel Rosenblatt

    Director, Computer and Network Security, Columbia University

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