DSA is offering education on how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards impact self-service kiosks and interactive digital signage.
The Digital Screenmedia Association (DSA) will host a free one-hour webinar at 12 Noon Eastern on June 6 to coincide with the release its publications on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
Entitled “ADA and PCI Compliance for Kiosks and Interactive Digital Signage
,” this webinar will help attendees better understand ADA and PCI requirements so that self-service and interactive technology projects can be compliant.
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The webinar will be moderated by Ron Bowers
, senior vice president of business development for Frank Mayer & Associates
The publications, Guidelines for ADA Compliance for Self-Service Kiosks and PCI Security Best Practices for Self-Service Kiosks, will be offered as a bundle for $149 to DSA members, $199 to non-members. The publications will also be offered individually for $99 each to DSA members, $149 to non-members.
“The consequences of non-compliance include lawsuits and hefty fines,” said David Drain, DSA executive director. “Many may not be aware that their kiosk or digital signage project is impacted by ADA and PCI. We want to help the industry be aware of these important issues.”
Both the webinar and the publications are products of the DSA Self-Service Kiosk Council
Register for the free webinar
About the Digital Screenmedia Association (DSA)
With nearly 700 members, DSA is an independent, not-for-profit trade association whose purpose is to advance the growth and excellence of the global digital signage, interactive kiosk and mobile community through advocacy, education and networking. Members include users of digital screenmedia in all vertical markets, as well as manufacturers, resellers and distributors of hardware and software, network operators, integrators, advertising agencies, consultants, analysts, publishers, tradeshow organizers and service companies. See http://www.digitalscreenmedia.org