SOURCE: Tizor Systems

September 17, 2007 08:53 ET

Integralis Joins Tizor for Webinar on Achieving PCI Compliance

Yinal Ozkan, Integralis and Bill Bartow, Tizor to Discuss Protecting Sensitive Data From Breaches and How to Pass Your PCI Audit

MAYNARD, MA--(Marketwire - September 17, 2007) -


Yinal Ozkan (CISSP, CISA, CCSI, QSA), an expert in corporate computer and network security, provides Integralis' authority in strategic security systems design for mid-to-large corporations.

Bill Bartow, VP of Product Management for Tizor Systems, responsible for driving Tizor's product strategy, co-presents leveraging his twenty years of experience in the software industry.


To join the Webinar, go to


Wednesday, September 19th, 2007 12:00-1:00 PM ET


"The Path to PCI Compliance-An Auditor's Perspective" (Live Event)


The consequences of a database breach include financial losses, between $90 and $305 dollars per lost record, loss of customer confidence, repercussions for non compliance, bad press, and a tarnished brand. Given these staggering numbers, why are more than 70% of Tier 1 and Tier 2 Merchants not PCI compliant?

The path to PCI Compliance is not clear; there are many issues and obstacles to overcome on the road to protecting card holder data. This online seminar will demystify the data protection landscape, and provide insight and best practices to passing your next PCI audit, and protecting your organization from a data breach.

About Tizor

Tizor provides the world's largest companies with the only enterprise data auditing and protection solutions capable of monitoring and reporting on all critical data activity across the enterprise data center -- databases, file servers, and mainframe applications -- for compliance assurance, data protection and theft detection. Tizor's Mantra solutions enable the highest level of compliance assurance, data security and privacy by providing a complete life-cycle of intelligent data auditing capabilities including data discovery, audit reporting, theft detection, real-time alerting and data protection. Founded by former Bell Labs researchers and headquartered in Maynard, Massachusetts, Tizor is led by industry veterans in networking, security, and software and systems management. More information on Tizor can be found at

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