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JSC Secure Payment is a safer, faster, more secure way to pay online. As part of a secure payment, your credit card number, expiry date and cryptogram are encrypted in the transmission to protect you and ensure that no data flows in the clear via the internet.

Why do online payments need to be secure? Taking payments online can save you and your customers considerable time and effort. There are, however, risks associated with online payments and whether youre an individual or run a business, its important to understand these risks and to make sure your customers can trust you with their payment information

If a site gives a sense of poor security customers may fail to complete their payment - in fact - 58% of customers blame a failure to complete a payment on security concerns. Secure payments are therefore a key factor in improving buyer confidence and trust and increasing your conversion rate.

There are also certain compliance requirements you need to comply with to take online payments so that you can make sure you and your customers are fully protected. This post will run you through SSL, TLS and PCI from what they are to why you should use or comply with them and how you should go about it.

TLS and SSL in online payments
No matter how you take payments online – whether you take card or Direct Debit payments you will want to make sure youre using SSL (technically it's now TLS or "Transport Layer Security" but the terms are used interchangeably). If youre taking card payments – its not a choice – SSL is required for PCI compliance.

While its not required for Direct Debit payments, SSL and the associated lock icon, green bar and https address that comes with an SSL secured site have become synonymous with online payment security.

What is SSL?
TLS and its predecessor SSL (“Secure Sockets Layer”) are standard security technology that establish a secure link between a website and a visitors web browser (or a mail server and client). All communications transmitted through this link are encrypted. Therefore, sensitive information like credit card numbers are first encrypted, and then sent to the website owners, who can decrypt the information once they receive it. This means anyone who tries to intercept the information on the way won't get anything but encrypted (unreadable) information.

What do you need to use SSL?
All browsers have the capability to use SSL protocol to interact with secured web servers, however, both the browser and the server require an SSL certificate to establish a secure connection.

What is an SSL certificate?
An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates a websites identity and then encrypts information sent from the website to the server using SSL security technology. It says to users that you are who you say you are and the issuer has verified that to be true.

A secure payment system, refers to payment processing and information services that provide users security online. An SPS is a type of payment processing that ensures a users financial and personal information is protected from fraud and unauthorized access. These systems must provide reliable services as billions of dollars are transferred through them every year.

Digital payments are changing the way we do business across the world. E-commerce technology is furthering the ability of businesses to receive and accept various types of payment methods. The use of an SPS as a payment processor is required to do this securely and safely.

More people pay with a credit card, debit card, or online and mobile apps, over cash these days, making secure payment systems a must for all businesses. Security is an incredibly important part of taking online payments – potential customers need to feel confident in giving you their details and want to feel that you will protect their information.