Posts Tagged ‘security’

Never Worry about PCI Compliance

August 26, 2014
What's the #1 concern when it comes to online giving in the church? That's easy: security Next question... what's the most costly and difficult part of building a world-class online giving system? Right again--security! SiteOrganic Giving Offers the Highest Level of Security

The Top 3 Objections to Online Giving

August 14, 2014
According to ChurchMag, only 16% of churches in the U.S. have optimized for mobile giving.  And still far fewer than half of U.S. churches are offering online giving in any form. "Why haven't you?" - Most Common Objections We did a recent survey of churches, and when we asked, "why haven't you ...

Keep Your Stuff Safe: What Every Church Needs To Know About Safe & Secure Commerce (Part 3 Of 3)

December 1, 2011
Earlier in our series, we talked about SSL and payment processors.  Let's wrap up this series by talking about PCI Compliance.  Several years ago the major credit card providers ...

Keep Your Stuff Safe: What Every Church Needs to Know about Safe & Secure Commerce (part 2 of 3)

November 30, 2011
Earlier we talked about securing the communication between the browser and server; today we’ll talk about how the user’s payment information travels from the web server to the payment processor. Who Processes ...

Keep Your Stuff Safe: What Every Church Needs to Know about Safe & Secure Commerce (part 1 of 3)

November 28, 2011
In case you weren't aware, church staff training (or seminary) doesn't normally include curriculum on how to create secure Internet transactions. Yet in an age when most churches are venturing into the world of online giving or other types of eCommerce, the topic is suddenly very relevant to effective ministry. Simply ...

Reminder: The Importance of Security on Your Church Website

August 25, 2011
This recent news story underlines the importance of entrusting your church Website to a partner who has strong security measures in place: This is also a good reminder to churches: don't host your own Website! Hackers are real, they are malicious, and they will target innocent ...
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