The e-commerce industry offers an incredible opportunity for profit. Driven by internet infrastructure, smartphone technology, and the still-ongoing mass migration from traditional retail, it becomes more valuable with each passing year: global revenue is expected to surpass $4 billion in 2020. It’s no surprise that opening an e-commerce store has become the go-to move of the aspiring entrepreneur. Get the right angle, and it can prove a huge moneyspinner.
At the same time, it presents a significant level of risk for those who join it, and the primary reason for this is security.
Rodney Laws5 Steps for Securing Your Ecommerce Website
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