Understanding Managed Network Service Providers

Tech heayweights will explore the benefits of using an MNSP in a free Conexxus webinar.

July 23, 2020

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Conexxus will present a free webinar, “Managed Network Service Provider (MNSP): What you need to know” on Thursday, July 30, at 12 p.m. ET.

The webinar will be presented by Alex Barclay, SageNet; Ashwin Swamy, director, Omega ATC; Brett Stewart, president and CTO, Acumera; Dan Lyman, head of fintech payments North America, Transaction Network Services; Dean Marier, director, technical solutions, petroleum, Cybera; Mark Carl, CEO, ControlScan; Matt Nelson, CEO, AvaLAN Wireless; Simon Gamble, president, Mako Networks; and Tim Tang, director, Hughes Network Systems.

Many of the U.S. petroleum point of sale (POS) vendors require the use of an MNSP to allow remote POS troubleshooting, support remote software downloads and help convenience stores secure the POS Zone. Additionally, many POS vendors require an MNSP with outdoor EMV software. This educational webinar will inform retailers on all they need to know about MNSPs, why it’s important to partner with them and the many benefits they provide. Additionally, topics covered will include:

  • What qualifies a company to serve your business as an MNSP;
  • How partnering with an MNSP reduces a business’s breach risk while simplifying PCI compliance
  • The steps retailers can take to build the ideal MNSP relationship.

To register for the free webinar on Thursday, July 30 at 12 p.m. ET, click here. Contact info@conexxus.org with questions. Conexxus webinars may be used toward PCI continuing education credits. For questions regarding a certificate of webinar attendance, contact arussell@conexxus.org .

Conexxus is a non-profit, member-driven technology organization dedicated to the development and implementation of standards, technologies innovation and advocacy for the convenience store and petroleum market. Conexxus membership collaborates on key present and future industry challenges and innovations. Their work efforts improve profitability by reducing the cost of IT ownership and improving the competitiveness of our members.

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