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  1. Keys to Protect Your Ecommerce From Hackers Visit : QualDev

  2. Credit Card Theft/Fraud – Is a Big Risk Associated with E-Commerce Over the years, the methods used by ecommerce sites to process and store credit card information has become much more sophisticated. This progress has helped online shopping overcome one of its greatest obstacles, consumer trust.

  3. As evidenced by the amount of money spent online each year, people feel much more secure in shopping online than they ever have. Unfortunately for businesses, cyber criminals trying to steal customer’s information have developed methods that make it easier than ever for them to compromise a web application.

  4. How Hackers Take Advantage Of Website Security Loop Holes

  5. Hacking Impacts Ecommerce In The Following Ways

  6. 10 Tips On How You Can Prevent Fraud And Keep Your Site Safe

  7. Don’t Store Sensitive Data

  8. Employ an address and card verification system

  9. Encourage your customer & Employees to keep strong passwords

  10. Set up system alerts for suspicious activity

  11. Layer your security

  12. Use tracking numbers for all orders 

  13. Monitor your site stats regularly

  14. Make sure you have a DDoS protection and mitigation service

  15. Keep a Backup Upto Date & Ready

  16. To-dos For Secure Ecommerce – Table Of Abstract Should Do • Use a secure connection for online checkout • Require strong passwords. • Use tracking numbers for all orders • Monitor your site regularly — and make sure whoever is hosting it is, too. • Make sure you have a DDoS protection and mitigation service. • Educate Your Employees

  17. Must Do • Don’t store sensitive data. • Back up your Data regularly • Set up system alerts for suspicious activity. • Layer your security • Use Firewall Security • Make sure you or whoever is hosting your site is backing it up — and has a disaster recovery plan. • Don’t host multiple sites with your main E-Commerce application. • Keep your system and related technology up-to date

  18. Recommend to Do • Consider security alerts issued by card brands and implement updates to combat emerging threats. • Keep an additional firewall between the application server and the database server to minimize the risk from the online web server. • Pen Test

  19. Address: QualDev 179B Old South Path, Melville, NY – 11747 Phone: 631.236.5408 Fax: 631.961.8780 Email: info@qualdev.com