22nd Century Payments
CE: 1 Credit
The payments industry has been talking about mobile-first for some time - but as more and more connections and end points emerge, mobile-first will go from favorable to critical with 20.8 billion connected devices expected to be in the market by 2020. Connected devices and sensors will permeate the environment, unlocking improved and simplified experiences in addition to creating massive opportunity for mobile payments. This panel will examine how the Internet of Things is transforming payments - and the resulting implications for payments solution providers as well as companies not previously associated with payments.
Coalfire Systems, Inc.
Sam Pfanstiel, MBA, CISSP, CISM, QSA (P2PE), ETA CPP, has two decades of information technology management and payments security experience. As Solution Principal for PCI at Coalfire, he is responsible for translating complex requirements created by payment-related risk and compliance mandates into attainable, business-centric cyber solutions strategies.
Sam is an emerging payment security thought leader, with recent speaking appearances at the North American PCI Community Meeting, Verifone Retail Payments Conference, Conexxus, and Chase/MasterCard PCI Compliance Workshops. He is also an active participant in industry groups such as the PCI Best Practices for Securing eCommerce Special Interest Group, PCI Mobile Task Force, PCI Cloud Special Interest Group, and Conexxus Data Security Standards Committee.
Prior to joining Coalfire in 2016, Sam has served as CEO, CIO, and Director for organizations that rely heavily on secure integrated payments solutions. His experience covers a broad spectrum of disciplines including payment security, PCI compliance, card brand compliance, fraud, application security, mobile security, IT infrastructure, software development, and point-to-point encryption. When not working to complete his PhD dissertation on PCI compliance costs, he is an avid marathon runner, husband, and father of three active teenagers.
Director of Payment Product Management
Mountain View, California
Dan Loomis is the director of payments product management in Intuit’s Small Business Group. For nearly a decade, Dan has been a passionate product management leader, seeking to transform lives on a global scale by creating simple, elegant and value-driven financial technology products. At Intuit, Dan leads a team that creates payments experiences that help fuel small business profitability in major international markets. Prior to Intuit, Dan spent his career at Capital One and VeriFone. In his role at Capital One, Dan helped lead small business product development team to design, build, deploy, and iterate their flagship small business mobile payments and banking products. At VeriFone, Dan led their mobile product strategy focused on developing and deploying NFC, in-store mobile, and direct to consumer payments experiences on a global scale.
VP, Emerging Payments Innovation
Discover Financial Services
Founder / Chief Innovation Officer
Ruston Miles, Founder Chief Innovation Officer, Bluefin
Ruston Miles brings 20 years of payment security experience to his role as Chief Innovation Officer of Bluefin Payment Systems, where he serves as Bluefin’s thought leader and security evangelist. Bluefin focuses on protecting merchants from card data breaches with PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE), Tokenization and EMV. Bluefin was the first P2PE provider to be validated by PCI in North America and holds multiple patents on the delivery of P2PE. Ruston is a PCI Professional (PCIP), Certified Payment Professional (CPP), Certified Internet Business Strategist (CIBS), and an active participant with the PCI Security Standards Council (SSC).