Save 37% off PRO during our Black Friday Sale! »

Lee Blue - Paying Securely

Lee Blue - Paying Securely

Lee Blue entered into the arena of ecommerce after working with the United States Homeland Security Bio-terrorism Defense Team. With a focus on security, he and his team at Reality66 launched a series of WordPress eCommerce projects including Cart66, Mijireh, and Secure Hosted Payments.

The eCommerce Onion

Peeling back the layers of eCommerce we’ll discuss some elusive yet essential issues concerning secure payments and PCI compliance. To avoid the tedium of hearing a dry technical talk, I’ll present this information, along with a few other tips I’ve learned over the years, in the context of improving the overall flow through your store and increasing conversions.

1885ae854a900f592f0e22e609c0c345?s=128

WooConf

April 07, 2016
Tweet

Transcript

  1. BLUE LEE 02:45 REALITY66 W HOTEL GREAT ROOM NEXT WOOCONF2016

    PAYING SECURELY DEVELOPER TRACK
  2. Four Roads securing credit card payments

  3. Server To Server Credit card information passes through the web

    server Browser Web Server Payment Gateway
  4. SAQ A - Before You Begin All elements of the

    payment page(s) delivered to the consumer’s browser originate only and directly from a PCI DSS validated third-party service provider(s).
  5. Direct Post / Transparent Redirect <form action=”http://payment-gateway.com/pay” method=”post”>

  6. JavaScript Credit card info passed to payment gateway with JavaScript

  7. iFrame Payment form hosted by payment gateway and embedded with

    iFrame
  8. Secure Hosted Payment Page Entire payment page is secure