How to Accelerate Your Payments Transformation While Cutting Your Data Security Costs by 50%


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PCI compliance is a challenge to payments transformation. Card issuers, particularly fintech card issuers, are realizing the value of owning their data to not only enable their payments transformation and to avoid vendor lock in, but also to accelerate their innovation to better position themselves to monetizing it.
Join this webcast to understand how card issuers can shave months off of the go to market and transformation timeline, cut their data security costs by 50% or more, and reallocate resources toward accelerating new innovative products and capabilities to drive business growth.

Attendees will see how a shift in data security and compliance responsibility can dramatically reduce burden and liability, and learn:

    • Payments Transformation Trends
    • Roadblocks to Transformation and Innovation
    • Why it's important to own your data and monetize it
    • The ins and outs of the PCI landscape and its burden
    • How to descope your PCI burden 
    • Own your data, accelerate your innovation and speed to market

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Hoang Leung | Payments Leader | Very Good Security

Hoang Leung is the VGS in-house payment leader.  He is responsible for the overall card issuing and payments strategy at VGS.  His experience includes launching a denovo credit card consumer and small business program at East West Bank from 0 to 1.  He also worked at Visa where he was responsible for the Consumer Credit Product Platforms and also led the product efforts to build and launch the Visa Infinite platform targeted at high net worth cardholders.  He also spent time at Wells Fargo where he launched the Campus Card program.

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