Changes to PCI Compliance are Coming. Is Your E-Commerce Business Ready?
E-commerce is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the internet. These business transactions occur either as business to business, business-to-consumer, consumer to consumer or consumer to business. Online shopping has empowered consumers to find their product, compare prices, and determine which retailers have inventory. Meeting the demand for an easy and convenient online shopping experience means retailers need the necessary product information available on their website.Unfortunately, e-commerce–ready item management is a highly manual process that’s time consuming and error prone. There’s tremendous pressure on brand marketers to improve the accuracy and timeliness of the product information that helps retailers sell online. There are few things we should take in consideration like
- We have to make sure that the server on which are site is published is compatible for the new software.
- We have to ensure that our servers have disabled the ability to fall back.
- Keep in touch with your customers, talk to them. It is not necessary that everyone has the latest update for operating system on their computers.
- Older operating systems might not be able to access or connect to the site after June 30.By sending a mail would let them know that you have updated the latest update.
- It also let’s your customers know that you are letting them know to take their security seriously as well as they might be able to see the site if they are on a Window XP or an older machine.
With june 30 coming rapidly, it’s time to change to TSL 1.1 or 1.2. If you have not changed already then you have to reach out to the web master or developer so that you can discuss the steps required to get your online payments docile before the deadline.