There are a few basic things you can do to help prevent losing control of your website and your customer’s private information.
~ Choose a Secure eCommerce Platform
~ Implement SSL Certificates
~ Scan Your Site for Security Vulnerabilities
Although SSLs protect your transactions, they don’t protect your website. No matter which platform you decide to use, ensure that your server maintains PCI compliance requirements by running PCI scans on your server to validate whether you are compliant or not. Companies like Trust Guard not only scan your site for more than 75,000 known vulnerabilities, giving you detailed reports about its safety, but they also provide users with trust seals.
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