PCI Security Standards Council®

Regional Engagement Boards serve as advisors to the PCI SSC on payment data security issues in specific geographies and markets. They represent PCI SSC Participating Organizations and industry stakeholders from regions where increased input and engagement is needed to foster broad adoption of PCI Security Standards and improve payment security.

More on the Blog >

What Regional Engagement Board Members are Saying

2022 – 2023 Brazil Regional Engagement Board

The PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board represents the perspectives of PCI Participating Organizations and PCI constituents in Brazil, advising and providing feedback and guidance to the PCI SSC on standards and programs development and adoption in Brazil.

Helcio Brigagao Vanessa Kruger Igor Parreira Camargos
Lucas Israel Franca Gontijo Flávio Guerato de Azevedo Pires Ricardo Nilsen Moreno
Jose Luiz Santana Gerson Rolim Glauco Sampaio
Gabriel Carvalhal Paulo Souza Helio Junji Takikawa
Renato Wada Luis Pereira Edmar Siqueira
Guilherme Scheibe Rodrigo Antao Vitor Miranda Teixeira
Elder Arruda Eduardo Justo Marcelo Martinez
Roberto Gallo Christian Coutinho Nicolas Ricci
Jotailson Fraga Diego Silva Andre Ligieri Straccialano
Thiago Lopes Marcus Herrmann Paula Antunes
Helcio Brigagao
Vanessa Kruger
Igor Parreira Camargos
Lucas Israel Franca Gontijo
Flávio Guerato de Azevedo Pires
Ricardo Nilsen Moreno
Jose Luiz Santana
Gerson Rolim
Glauco Sampaio
Gabriel Carvalhal
Paulo Souza
Helio Junji Takikawa
Renato Wada
Luis Pereira
Edmar Siqueira
Guilherme Scheibe
Rodrigo Antao
Vitor Miranda Teixeira
Elder Arruda
Eduardo Justo
Marcelo Martinez
Roberto Gallo
Christian Coutinho
Nicolas Ricci
Jotailson Fraga
Diego Silva
Andre Ligieri Straccialano
Thiago Lopes
Marcus Herrmann
Paula Antunes


Brazil Regional Engagement Board FAQ

What is the role of the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board?

The PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board serves in an advisory role to the PCI SSC. Regional Advisors will represent the perspectives of Participating Organizations and stakeholders in Brazil, advising and providing feedback and guidance to the PCI SSC on standards and programs development and adoption in Brazil.

Why did PCI SSC establish the Brazil Regional Engagement Board?

Improving and increasing industry involvement in the development of PCI Standards and resources is critical to Council’s mission to enhance global payment security. The PCI SSC established the Regional Engagement Board in Brazil to assist in exchanging information and increasing payment security through adoption of PCI Standards in Brazil.

What are the responsibilities of Brazil Regional Engagement Board members?

Board member responsibilities include providing advice, feedback and guidance to the PCI SSC as requested relating to payment data security issues, trends and market changes in the region; representing the views and interests of regional constituents; assisting in the recruitment of new Participating Organizations and stakeholders; recommending agenda topics for the PCI Latin America Forum and Regional Engagement Board meetings; and participating as needed in PCI SSC initiatives and projects.

Board members will be expected to attend and participate in regular board meetings, which include: telephone conference meetings and two face-to-face meetings, to be held at the same time and location as the Latin America Forum. Additional telephone-based meetings of the Regional Engagement Board may be called by the PCI SSC, as needed.

How is the role of the PCI SSC Engagement Board different from the PCI SSC Board of Advisors?

The Regional Engagement Board is focused on specific geographies and markets where increased input and engagement is needed to foster broad adoption of PCI Security Standards. The Board of Advisors represents PCI SSC Participating Organizations worldwide to ensure global industry involvement in the development of PCI Security Standards. However, there will be an exchange of information and feedback both ways so that both groups will benefit from the topics and areas being discussed.

How long is the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board term?

Board members serve for a two-year term.

How is the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board selected?

Eligible organizations will nominate individuals to serve on the Brazil Regional Engagement Board through the PCI SSC member portal. The PCI SSC Executive Committee will then select the board from the list of nominees, based on what is needed to ensure broad representation from the payment system and across industry sectors that store, manage, process or transmit card-rooted payment data, and the best level of support for PCI SSC priorities and initiatives in the region. Board seats will be allocated to enable representation from each of these categories: Merchant, Issuer, Acquirer, Processor, Payment Service Provider, Regional Body or Group, Vendor and QSA.

Who is eligible to nominate and serve on the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement
Board?

All Participating Organizations (which includes Affiliate Members) and Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) with a significant presence* in Brazil that are in good standing** are eligible to nominate and serve on the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board. Additionally, associations or groups that the PCI SSC has determined as representing one or more category of regional constituents and/or influencing the adoption of PCI Standards may be eligible.

*For international companies to participate, PCI SSC does not require that the applicable company, legal entity, organization, association or group be based or formed in or have a principal business location in Brazil, but provide the best level of support, advice and interest for the Council and ensure broad representation across industry sectors that store, manage, process or transmit card-based payment data in Brazil, and the appointed representative must be able to support the meeting languages (English and Portuguese).

** Good standing means, with respect to a given PCI Program, being in compliance with the applicable rules and requirements of that PCI Program.

Are current Board of Advisor members eligible to also serve on the Brazil Regional Engagement Board?

Yes, Brazil-based Board of Advisor members are eligible to nominate themselves for the Brazil Regional Engagement Board. However, preference will be given to eligible non-Board of Advisor nominees to ensure broad representation.

How are nominations submitted for the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board?

The nomination period runs from 1 to 30 November 2021.

Primary, business and technical contacts at eligible organizations can self-nominate or nominate another individual as a candidate for the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board.

Nominations can be submitted through the member portal from 1 to 30 November. For help with login credentials, please contact support@pcisecuritystandards.org.

How many candidates can an organization nominate?

Only one individual may be nominated per organization as the primary representative, and one as the alternate in case the primary is unable to attend.

What information must be included in the nomination form?

The nomination form requires a primary and alternate contact from each eligible organization. It must also include information about the organization and how it participates in the payments industry, as well as why the organization should be elected to the PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board.

How is the member portal accessed?

The business and technical contacts for each Participating Organization and Affiliate Member and primary contacts for each QSA Company have login credentials for the member portal, which can be accessed at https://programs.pcissc.org/.

For help with login credentials, please contact support@pcisecuritystandards.org.

Resources

FAQ: 2022-2023 PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board

Questions about how the nomination and selection process works? Get answers here.




Infographic: How to Nominate

Follow these simple steps to nominate your organization for the 2022-2023 PCI SSC Brazil Regional Engagement Board.




Our website uses both essential and non-essential cookies (further described in our Privacy Policy) to analyze use of our products and services. By clicking “ACCEPT” below, you are agreeing to our use of non-essential cookies to provide third parties with information about your usage and activities. If you click “DECLINE” below, we will continue to use essential cookies for the operation of the website.

Powered by Translations.com GlobalLink OneLink SoftwarePowered By OneLink