Boston
May 8-11, 2017

Event Details


Security Hardening: PCI DSS and Security Compliance within Keystone

As your cloud deployment grows and becomes more diverse, you may be required to meet certain security requirements. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) defines an industry standard for data security. All major credit card companies require applications that process and/or store credit card data, to meet PCI DSS requirements. And if a cloud application is required to be PCI compliant, then the underlying cloud will also need to be compliant.

Within Keystone, you will find that we have recently added new security compliance features to address PCI requirements. These features can be used to become PCI compliant or simply to harden your security practices within your cloud deployment.

Join us for a tour of these security features, including a live demonstration. Learn how you can improve security within your cloud and audit security events. In this talk, we will also discuss the options for new and existing deployments.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will gain an understanding of PCI DSS and the new security compliance features in Keystone. They will understand the risks and the implications of these changes for both new and existing deployments. Attendees will understand how they can query and audit security events. Finally, they will learn how to configure security compliance in their deployments and become a PCI DSS Service Provider.

Thursday, May 11, 4:10pm-4:50pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Oi, Cloud Technology Strategist
Samuel is a Cloud Technology Strategist at Oi, where he helps educating about OpenStack and defining the go-to-market strategies for the new cloud products. He has been involved in the community since 2013 and enjoys helping newcomers, besides giving talks for spreading OpenStack awareness in Brazil. FULL PROFILE