Government, utilities, and municipalities are prime targets for hackers because of the amount of data that they process over multiple locations. Securing this data can be a challenge due to different software systems, processing providers, and methods of payment/data acceptance. With malware and ransomware attacks poised to significantly increase in 2021, it’s more important than ever that public power utilities develop a holistic payment cybersecurity strategy.
Bluefin is a leader in payment and data security technologies for government and utilities. We invite you to join them to learn about strategies, products, and solutions you can deploy to protect your payment and sensitive data, including PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) for point-of-sale and call center payments and tokenization for the intake of online payment and personally identifiable information (PII).
By attending, you will learn about:
- The types of attack vectors that most often target the government and utility space
- The basics of “defending the fort” and securing your system’s perimeter
- The merits of “devaluing the data” with encryption and tokenization
- Types of encryption and tokenization solutions available to government and utilities
- A government/utility case study on P2PE implementation by Springbrook Software
Ruston Miles, Founder, PCIP, ETA CPP, Bluefin; Matt Brown, Senior Director of Sales, PCIP, Bluefin; and Brian M. Levine, Director of Product Management, Springbrook Software
Who Should Attend
IT, Finance, Risk, and Cybersecurity senior executives, directors, and managers.
This webinar is free to APPA members. Nonmembers can attend for $225.
Please note that you will need web credentials to register. If you do not have them, please create them before you register.