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Industry wide security update

29 October 2015
Amy

As an online business, you'll be familiar with the signs that the web browser you are on is secure, including a URL change from HTTP to HTTPS and the familiar padlock symbol in the browser bar.  These signs indicate to your customers that they are using a secure website and their details will be kept safe. 

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Tags: security, security update, Sha update

Introducing Sage Pay to your business

05 June 2015
Maxime Ferreira

Starting a business might seem easy, but it’s not. You have to think about a million things: the products, the management, the employees, the strategy, the advertising and a lot of other important things that can help your business grow...

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Tags: online, security, multi-channel, Sage Pay, face to face

An update on Poodle from Sage Pay's CTO

28 November 2014
Andrew Weir

Sage Pay's Chief Technology Officer Andrew Weir updates on the Poodle vulnerability...

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Tags: security, Poodle vulnerability, SSL 3.0 vulnerability

Trusted Shops - Europe's leading trustmark creates confidence

05 September 2013
Sage Pay

Trust plays an important role on the Internet. The fear of losing money is one of the biggest barriers in online shopping and means lost sales for online retailers. Unlike in a physical store, you are asking your customers to part with their money in advance of receiving the goods -so any sign that their personal data might not be secure means they will drop-out of the process.

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Tags: Customer experience, online shopping, conversion rates, security, Trusted Shops, reassurance, Guest Blog, e-commerce

Christmas Cyber Crime

07 December 2012
Sage Pay

This week, I spoke to Sage Pay's Security and Fraud expert Warren Barley to find out what advice he would give to online shoppers over the Christmas period.  He went one better and wrote us this helpful blog!

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Tags: sagepay, security, online fraud, ecommerce, fraud, Hot Topic, Cyber crime, e-commerce, Sage Pay

Our 2012/13 e-business benchmark survey is here!

09 July 2012
Sage Pay

It's that time again when we're compiling information for our e-business benchmark report to let you in on the secrets of trading online, focusing on areas including: 


  • Getting people to your site

  • Influencing a purchase

  • Making it easy for people to pay

  • Fraud and Security

  • Expanding overseas

  • Mobile and Social commerce


But we need your help! Of course, the more completed surveys we get, the more insightful our results will be, so please get filling in- it shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes of your time and we'd love to hear from you!

Plus you'll get the chance to win £1000 towards your business or one of 10 £50 Amazon vouchers.

 And as if thats not enough incentive, every respondant will receive a complimentary copy of the report hot off the press!

Take the survey now!

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Tags: Customer experience, online payments, conversion rates, retail. e-commerce, payments, security, E-Business Benchmark Report, social media, e-tail, ecommerce, Sage Pay's e-business benchmark report, checkout process, multi-channel, PCI DSS, e-business benchmark, e-commerce, Sage Pay

Recurring Billing – Financial Heaven, Technical Hell?

01 March 2012
Sage Pay

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Tags: online, recurly, security, revenue, codegent, ecommerce, billing, recurring billing, Guest Blog, chargify, technology, cheddargetter, e-commerce, Sage Pay

Santa finds Sage Pay's Business of the Month!

03 February 2010
Amy

At Sage Pay we like to think we know our customers.  But with 27,000 of them, it's pretty challenging for us to get to know them all.

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Tags: usability, PSP, security, Business of the Month, Sage Pay's Business of the Month, security policy, 3D Secure, e-commerce, Sage Pay

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