If you have an ecommerce website, you are certainly concerned about its security. Business revenue depends on your online presence and having a website compromise is far from desirable.
In order to have a successful ecommerce business, you need to follow the requirements outlined by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). The major credit card companies are behind the PCI requirements whose goal it is to ensure there’s secure credit cardholder information transmission, storage, and handling.
That’s why we designed our new PCI DSS compliance requirements guide, an email course on ecommerce security, and a few webinars to help you reduce the risk of a data breach.
This guide offers a basic PCI DSS compliance requirement checklist for anyone who has an ecommerce business.
In this guide, you can learn about:
- What PCI Compliance is;
- Ecommerce security threats;
- What happens to non-PCI compliant ecommerce businesses;
- PCI Compliance requirements with a checklist.
We like to thank our sales and marketing teams, along with everyone else at Sucuri, for their input in helping to make this guide more complete and valuable to everyone.
Simple Steps to Secure your Online Business
We have hosted a webinar that goes over the main steps to secure an ecommerce website:
Free Security Training for Ecommerce Website Owners
Sucuri offers a free email course to help website owners understand about today’s ecommerce threats and implement security best practices.
Sign up for our email course to learn about how you can secure your online store and maintain PCI compliance.
Contribute or Get Further Assistance
If you have any questions about this ecommerce package, new ideas related to ecommerce security, or are interested in having Sucuri protect your ecommerce website, please feel free to chat with us anytime.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Sucuri Blog authored by Chase Watts. Read the original post at: https://blog.sucuri.net/2019/08/how-to-improve-ecommerce-security.html