Hayneedle.com, A Prominent Online Retailer of Home Décor Relies on Comodo Extended Validation (EV) SSL with Comodo Secured TrustMark
For many people, shopping for home décor online offers the advantage of literally putting a world of specialty retailers at their fingertips. However, a category with e-merchants ranging in size from national retailers to one-person businesses creates consumer anxiety about who they can trust.
Successful e-merchants know that success may begin with effective advertising, a well merchandised site, and great prices, but converting visitors to buyers, particularly for non-national brands also requires the e-merchant to establish a level of trust with the visitor so that they feel comfortable in proceeding with an online transaction.
“People shopping on Hayneedle are looking for something very specific. They’re used to dealing with some mom and po shops. At times they’re not sure whether a site can be trusted or not,” said Steven Dee, CTO Hayneedle.com.
Fast-growing Webjet Brings in CyberSource to Fight Online Fraud
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, and SINGAPORE — May 17, 2010 CYBS Singapore Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of CyberSource Corporation (NASDAQ: CYBS), today announced that CyberSource’s Decision Manager anti-fraud solution has been selected by Melbourne-based, award winning online travel agency Webjet Ltd.
“We chose CyberSource because of their global experience in the travel industry,” said Richard Noon, Webjet’s CEO. “This, coupled with their professional approach and comprehensive solution, helped make our decision very easy. We expect CyberSource Decision Manager to help us deliver the best possible service to our customers.”
SecurEFT is the world’s newest secure online payment validation facility, which is already in use here in Australia by amongst others SportsBET.com.au as their preferred payment option for online, real - time EFT account transfers. "Since our launch we have had quickly risen to the top of their list of preferred payment methods" says Tony Lotsof, CEO of Secure EFT
When PCI was first introduced into the Australian market in 2004, our initial response was that it made good sense. PCI addresses 12 key areas in a company relating to the security and handling of credit card information. Nothing we found in the 12 key points were any different to how we wanted to operate our business – with secure systems and safe handling of data.
So why do we hear so much about PCI being too hard, too costly or just too inconvenient ? Lack of understanding is one of the main issues, followed closely by being too busy with other (read “money making”) activities. Yes, is it true that PCI Compliance does incur costs (both financial and time), but those costs are usually offset by having a more secure, more reliable and more efficient system.
Why you can't afford NOT to do technical documentation!
A new product requires a lot of hard work and dedication, which we all know, but people often forget all the necessary documents required for both for legal and practical reasons that they need to accompany their products. In the payments industry especially, it is important to be PCI compliant, and have all documentation up-to-date. I have posted a link to a free white paper called "Why You Can't Afford to NOT Do Technical Documentation" on information about the benefits and necessities of documentation here: "Why You Can't Afford to NOT Do Technical Documentation" Thanks!Jeffrey Shoap