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PCI 3.2 Changes: What They Really Mean

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If you are subject to PCI DSS, you’ve probably put a lot of effort into making sure that your compliance scope is not any larger than necessary. Will all your hard work be undone by PCI DSS 3.2?

PCI DSS is expanding the scope of multi-factor authentication to apply to all users with remote access to your network. Companies have been given until October 31, 2016 to address this particular requirement. Many companies are asking how they’ll be able to implement the changes within this timeframe.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The most important changes in 3.2, especially around remote access
  • How to quickly ensure that your remote access procedures will pass a PCI DSS 3.2 Assessment
  • How to gain visibility into any outdated devices used to access the CDE, without an agent

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Presenter Biographies:


Joshua Daymont
Founder & CEO, codeLuminate

Joshua is a 25 year veteran information security professional and has been building security companies or products throughout that time. Josh has run security research departments for several large, publicly traded companies, and has shared his expertise with the world via speaking engagements at conferences and national television. His long track record of industry leadership includes discovering two significant vulnerabilities that led to import CERT advisories during the late 90’s. He holds a Masters in Management of Information Technology from the Georgia Institute of Technology.


Joe Gonzalez
Enterprise Solutions Engineer, Duo Security

Joe provides pre and post-sales technical support for customers, working with them to understand their environments and needs, and developing proof of concept projects. At Duo he has been instrumental in technical testing, technical training of our sales team, and documentation for various integrations. Joe holds a bachelors in CIS from Eastern Michigan University.