5 Easy Ways to Protect your E-commerce Store from Security Breach!

The pandemic has forever changed the behavior of people towards online shopping. Social distancing lets a lot of people shift towards online shopping. This also led to an increase in online transactions. Well, that’s good news for every online retailer. But, if we take a look at the other side, cybercriminals are getting wiser day by day, taking the advantage of the situation. 

The constant game of dog and thief is prevalent since digital technology has been introduced. We need innovative techniques to protect our e-business from cyberattacks.

It is already high time for you to defend your business by implementing the latest security systems. For your assistance, we have listed various steps by means you can safeguard your store from any type of security threats.

What is a Security Breach?

“A security breach occurs when a hacker is able to bypass all the protected security mechanisms and access the data without authorization.”

5 Easy Ways to Protect your E-commerce Store from Security Breach!

Let’s make data security and enforcement of data control your priority by implementing these 5 ways in your security system now!

1. Use a secure connection for check-out

Some marketers are still living in the misconception that if they use an HTTP protocol, their data is safe and secure. Do you think is it still safe if your user information is transferred directly to the server? It is obviously not, well the HTTP protocol does the same and the reason is it doesn’t have encryption. Hackers could easily use confidential information like ATM pins and bank account details.

Well, we suggest you use HTTPS Protocol as it encrypts the data sent between browser & server and has SSL (Secure Socket Layer). It doesn’t only secure your customers’ data from all ends but even protects business-critical information like intellectual property and employee data.

Do you want to set up a secure brandstore? Explore our in-depth guide on moving from offline to the online store here!

2. Reduce storing customers’ confidential Data

The first thing businesses try to do after spotting a new visitor on their brandstore is getting their hands on his/her data. However, if your website gets compromised your customers have to pay that price as it will open the doors for hackers to steal their information. Well, it’s a very wise decision not to store crucial information like bank or credit card details. In the short run, your customers will face a little problem in checking out as their cards are not saved. However, in the long run, it will save you from a lot of legal penalties.

Quick tip: You can encourage your customers to use other payment gateways that do not involve storing information for making transactions.

3. Maintain PCI compliance 

If for some reason you’ve to store customer data then we advise you to follow PCI compliances. It is a quick and simple way to check a long list of measures that need to be taken to ensure and safeguard your customers’ transactions. If you choose to miss this vital step your e-business might have to endure severe pain as it will take a lot more resources, funds, and time to rectify the data breach.

4. Conduct regular audits 

Conduct regular audits to check your security measures. External audits are an easy way to systematically review where your business currently stands with its data, network, and device security. It also assists in finding out if there are any potential security issues and how to tackle them before any damaging security breaches occur.

Quick tip: Don’t know how to conduct regular audits to ensure the security of your brandstore? Kartify ensures regular security audits, making it incredibly easy for you to manage your business operations. Request your free DEMO now!

5. Update your backend software

Is your website updated? When was the last time you updated your backend software? Your business could easily be the next target of a security breach. Updating the website regularly will act as a strong shield and will prevent cybercriminals from accessing your systems. 

Quick tip: After installing the latest version of software you are using, don’t forget to install a good ransomware blocker as it keeps your system safe from any illegitimate sources.


How can we assist you?

Are you confused about how you can safeguard your customers’ data? Well, we got you covered as your security of data and systems is paramount for us. Kartify – our brandstore tech will solve all your security related issues with the following features:

  • Regular Security audits with VA/PT; ISO / IEC 27001:2013 (WIP)
  • Cloud Armor & regular back-up & version control; data encryption
  • Proper access control for dev, deployment

What are you still waiting for? Request your free DEMO now.

In 2021, when cyber criminals are finding new vulnerabilities to exploit, it’s the need of the hour to implement these techniques into your e-business and protect your e-commerce platform from upcoming costly attacks.  

ANS Commerce Accomplishes ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification

ANS Commerce, the leading one-stop e-commerce enabler is excited to be officially certified for ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001), the international standard indicating the management, operation, and maintenance of the information assets and information systems. In simple words, we have been certified with a worldwide reputed standard, which states that our offerings meet your expectations with excellence for an Information Security Management System. 

The certificate outlines full-stack end-to-end e-commerce consulting, solutions, and services.

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Following these standards, we will assist our brand partners to sell on both their brandstore and marketplace while helping them securely navigate the dynamic environment of e-commerce. Also, the road to this certification wouldn’t have been without the close involvement of all our employees. Not only do they actively strategize their tasks and duties, but also work within the framework of ISO 27001.

ANS Commerce is following the security management system that enables its customers to indulge themselves in e-commerce performance marketing, marketplace management, warehouse, and fulfillment services safely. 

What is ISO 27001:2013?
Having been first issued in September 2013, ISO 27001 is entitled to an information security management system (ISMS). It is a framework of process, which considers all sorts of legal, technical, and ethical benchmarks while managing a verified approach to information security in a company’s information management system.

About ANS Commerce
ANS Commerce is India’s #1 full-stack enabler helping brands sell online. We offer brandstore tech, performance marketing, marketplace management, and e-commerce warehousing & fulfillment. We want our brand partners to focus on their brand and product and leave ‘all-things-e-commerce’ to us. We are currently working with 90+ established & challenger brands across segments helping them sell on their brandstores along with 15+ marketplaces.