Thursday, December 14, 2017

PCI Compliance:
How to Minimize Your Financial and Reputational Risks
Recorded on March 31, 2016



Your association can’t operate without accepting payments and making purchases. You need to pay vendors, and allow people to purchase your products, register for conferences and renew their memberships. But if you’re not Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant, card transactions could put your association’s reputation, finances and future at risk. In fact, noncompliance could cost you up to $500,000 for each credit card brand—and even more if fraud damages apply.

Unfortunately, even associations that think they’re compliant are falling short of what the complex PCI data security standard actually requires. Plus, compliance is a moving target, with rules and regulations continuing to change. What doesn’t change, however, is your responsibility to protect the funds and sensitive information exchanged in every card transaction your association processes.

That’s why you need to address PCI compliance before a data breach exposes mistakes that could cost your association … everything.  Here’s where to start.

Register now for PCI Compliance: How to Minimize Your Financial and Reputational Risks.

In this 90-minute webinar, two card industry experts from TD Bank will help associations understand card payment rules under the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). You’ll learn about the types of information you can store, common security protocols, and practical best practices to add to your risk management strategy in order to appropriately pay vendors and accept recurring online payments for membership renewals. 

Up-to-date guidance includes EMV-compliant cards. In addition to providing guidance on PCI compliance, the webinar will cover emerging issues, such as how your decisions about EMV-chip cards could affect your liability for fraudulent transactions. You’ll come away with ready-to-use insights for managing and controlling card payments aimed at preventing compliance mistakes that can put your reputation—and the future of your association—at risk. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to learn today’s best PCI compliance strategies to help strengthen internal controls around card acceptance and card usage:

Card acceptance (incoming payments):

  • The EMV (chip cards) standard and how it will help associations and their members
  • Why you should and tips to become PCI compliant
  • Easy-to-implement chargeback defense mechanisms
  • Common protocols and technology used to secure transactions

Card usage (outgoing payments):

  • A suggested design framework for program control and compliance
  • Attributes of a well-controlled card program
  • Important considerations including documentation, responsibilities and activities

Remember, failing to be PCI compliant can damage your reputation and lead to fines—and even fraud damages that can put your association out of business. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about suggested industry best practices for processing payments and protecting your organization.

Register now for PCI Compliance: How to Minimize Your Financial and Reputational Risks.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders

Neil D. McHugh, CTP, CPCP, is Vice President, Segment Manager Emerging Payments for TD Bank. Neil’s career at TD Bank spans nearly 15 years and he currently manages the emerging payment segment for the Treasury Management Services business. In this multi-faceted position, Neil directs the bank’s growth strategy for emerging B2B payment solutions including commercial cards, ePayables and Integrated Payables. Prior to this role, Neil successfully led the Treasury Management sales team in the Metropolitan Washington D.C. region and helped to develop TD's commercial card program. During his career in the treasury management and payments industry, Neil has held multiple positions including RFP response writer, Implementation Project Manager, Treasury Sales Officer working with numerous clients representing the small business, middle market, and large corporate, not-for-profit and government sectors. In addition, he has contributed to numerous industry journals and is a regular presenter at treasury management and payments conferences. McHugh is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Villanova University.



Gilbert Quiles is Vice President and Card Compliance Manager for TD Bank.  He joined TD in June 2014 after 17 years at First Data, most recently serving as Manager of Payment Network Compliance.  With over 20 years of experience in the Payments industry, Gilbert currently leads the Payment Network and PCI Compliance programs for the US Merchant Services business.  After earning his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, Gilbert completed a Master's of Science Degree in Management/Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Gilbert is also certified as a PCIP (PCI-Professional). He lives in the greater Ft. Lauderdale, Florida area with his wife and 3 children.


Who Should Attend


This webinar is of value to trade and membership associations, association consultants, and any organization with incoming or outgoing credit card payments. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Executives
  • CFOs
  • Finance Directors
  • In-house Counsel
  • Consultants
  • Compliance Officers

Don't wait, register your entire team today!

Have a question? Vist our FAQ page here

Qty. Price Product Name
$215.00 PCI Compliance: OnDemand Recording (Active for 12 months from 03.31.16)
$1397.00 The Association Webinar Training Pass (Includes 12 months of unlimited live and archived webinars)