In setting up an e-commerce project, putting up security measures is a must as a site compromised can result to reduction of trust on having the capability to protect user data and all transactions done on the site. E-Commerce site owners must know how to secure their e-commerce business. Prevent breaches, mitigate hacking attacks, and handle disclosure reporting especially when working with government and law enforcement authorities (Anti-Cybercrime Office) becomes necessary. Moreso when the Data Privacy Commission gets set-up.
Entrepreneurs, supply chain, sales, marketing, retail, operations, and finance professionals are invited to take part in this exclusive boot camp that aims to tackle the various e-commerce security standards, measures, approaches, budget, and how to work with law enforcement authorities.
This learning program will be conducted in partnership with AIE College and Asian Institute of E-Commerce. This is also the module 5 lecture equivalent for those taking the Certified E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur, Professional Program.
The program will be conducted at the following locations:
- MAKATI – May 16, 2015 at Best Western Plus Antel Hotel, Makati Avenue, Makati City from 9 AM to 5 PM. (with option to attend the corresponding weekly webinar sessions and access to the e-learning system from May 20, 2015 to June 17, 2015)
- ONLINE – May 20, 2015 to June 17, 2015 (every Wednesday from 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM)
- CEBU – May 23, 2015 (Saturday) at Third Team Media, 5th floor IMEZ Building, 502 Pueblo Verde, MEZII, Basak, Lapu-Lapu City from 9 AM to 5 PM. (with option to attend the corresponding weekly webinar sessions and access to the e-learning system from May 20, 2015 to June 17, 2015)
- Aspiring and current entrepreneurs, supply chain, sales, marketing, retail, operations, finance, and IT professionals wanting to learn the various e-commerce security approaches done by established players.
- Entrepreneurs, supply chain, sales, marketing, retail, operations, finance, and IT professionals who would like to identify e-commerce security approaches to be taken and set aside the budget necessary for it.
- Entrepreneurs, supply chain, sales, marketing, retail, operations, finance, and IT professionals concerned on establishing a e-commerce security processes and policies in place.
- Entrepreneurs, supply chain, sales, marketing, retail, operations, finance, and IT professionals involved in the creation of a e-commerce project plan that includes the risk management, e-commerce security considerations, and budget.
This 1-day session and one-month e-learning class covers the following:
1. E-Commerce Security Case Studies
- E-Commerce Security 101
- E-Commerce Security case studies
- Insights gained
2. E-Commerce Security Standards
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards
- Payment Application Data Security Standards
- Mastercard Site Data Protection
- Visa Cardholder Information Security Program
- Verified by Visa
- Mastercard SecureCode
- Statement of Auditing Standards No. 70 Service Organizations
- ISO 27001 – Information Security Management
3. Hacking and online attacks
- Ethical hacking checklist
- Business continuity
- Threat management
4. Forensics and working with authorities
- Documenting fraud and hack attempts or committed
- Preservation of evidence
- Reporting to law enforcement
- Providing witness & testimony for cybercrime cases
REGISTRATION and FEEs
- To join this training, please fill up the form below.
- The fee for this training is P3,000 (meals are not included).
- An official receipt from Asian Institute of E-Commerce / AIE College will be issued to all participants recognizing payment received.
- DigitalFilipino Club Members (updated in their membership payment) shall be entitled to a 20% discount.