Category Archives: Security Standards

Taking Extreme Measures – Is Deception Going too Far?

It’s the responsibility of online merchant account holders to safeguard their customers’ credit card information, as it is their responsibility to ensure that all purchases being made are legitimate. As a web developer, it’s incumbent upon you to make sure … Continue reading

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SSL Encryption Is More than Just a Matter of Trust

When asked, most online shoppers will tell you that their main concern is the security of their private information. Identity theft is a concern that should be front and center to all decisions made by online merchants and web designers … Continue reading

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Tips on Helping Your Clients Prevent Fraudulent Purchases

One of the greatest security concerns of most online merchants is something that’s not touched on by PA-DSS solutions or PCI requirements: credit card thieves who make purchases tied to a verified billing address, but have the merchandise shipped elsewhere. … Continue reading

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How Can You Avoid Chargebacks?

A single chargeback won’t be the complete undoing of a merchant’s business, but enough of them can have a substantial impact on their credibility. These days, with online forums that give consumers the opportunity to rage against injustices either real … Continue reading

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Enroll in the PCI Standards Training Program

PCI compliance is a big issue, and one that can have potential negative effects for any merchant that’s found to be out of compliance with its security standards. As a web developer, it’s important for you to be up on … Continue reading

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The Continuing Education of the Dedicated Web Developer

Your first job as a web developer is to deliver great service to your clients. Without that, you’re sunk. Sure, you may bring in the occasional customer, or a whole lot of customers. But without good word of mouth and … Continue reading

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How PCI Compliance Affects Your Clients with More than One Location

Adherence to PA-DSS guidelines is an issue of grave severity that should occupy the number-one position on the list of priorities for every web developer and e-commerce solutions provider on the planet. (And those who would claim exemption from this … Continue reading

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What’s in an Acronym? PCI, Explained

You’re probably sitting there thinking, “Hey, I’m a web developer—not a credit card processing expert!” and your argument may elicit a nod of agreement from most people. But the bottom line is, if you want to become a successful r3sellers.com … Continue reading

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