August 13, 2019 •
A new exploit known as e-commerce skimming is making the rounds. The PCI SSC recently released a blog warning of the growing threat of digital skimming, followed immediately by a bulletin from Visa warning of the same. There are three important areas to consider that will help protect your website from e-commerce skimming.
Coronavirus • Payment Security • Website Security
March 30, 2016 •
Do you REALLY know where you stand with compliance and security? Are you faced with the dilemma of digging more deeply into your IT security and compliance posture or simply assuming it’s handled because your providers say they’re PCI compliant? Many online retailers really don’t understand exactly where a provider’s coverage stops and where theirs starts…and […]
Security Awareness • Website Security
August 12, 2015 •
Google has published some interesting statistics in continuation with their #NoHacked campaign: Over the past year, Google has noticed a 180% increase in the number of websites getting hacked. Google also offers some tips to protect your website from getting hacked. Unfortunately, the advice they offer, while good, is very basic and will only protect you to a point.
June 17, 2015 •
Password managers are a critical component of authentication security. The average user has no less than 40 online accounts, and people who work in IT can easily have over 1000 accounts. Unless you somehow possess the mental capacity to memorize unique, random passwords for all of those accounts, you need a way to securely create and manage passwords for you.
Network Security • Website Security
April 15, 2015 •
Many businesses are using outdated SSL and TLS versions as a security control because the software they’re running still supports it. But experts warn that these protocol versions, including SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0, are no longer secure and therefore require action on the business’s part.
Network Security • Vulnerability Management • Website Security
December 2, 2014 •
Last week, Inc.com featured a great piece by Electronic Transactions Association CEO Jason Oxman. “A Cybersecurity Checklist for Online Retailers” lists important steps online startups and small businesses can take to protect sensitive data. As the U.S. migrates to EMV (i.e., chip cards), it is expected that fraud activity in the world of ecommerce will increase significantly.
Firewalls • Vulnerability Management • Website Security