TulipWorld Chooses Comodo for its Online Security Infrastructure
Comodo has announced that TulipWorld has chosen Comodo's High Assurance Confidence Pak to deliver a high level of security to its customers during online transactions. Comodo's High Assurance Confidence Pak bundles four cutting-edge technologies. This package includes:
* EV SSL certificates
This recently introduced SSL certificate type will be on TulipWorld's site and builds on the trust that the marketplace has in traditional SSL protection by adding a visual confirmation of a site's identity through a green "good to go" indicator displayed in Microsoft's IE7 browser address bar. Importantly, only Comodo's EV SSL certificates come with EV AUTO-Enhancer - Automatic Deployment and Maintenance Technology that automatically installs Comodo's new EV root certificate into the trusted root store of the user's browser whenever an https session is initiated.
* HackerGuardian PCI Compliant Scanning
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard was created by major credit card companies to safeguard customer information from threats by hackers compromising servers. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and other credit card associations mandate that merchants and service providers meet certain minimum standards of security when they store, process and transmit cardholder data. To help TulipWorld comply with the new requirements from the credit card industry, Comodo delivers PCI compliant scanning service that addresses this need.
* HackerGuardian Daily Vulnerability Management Solution
This solution will scan TulipWorld's server daily performing more than 14, 000 threat tests daily to detect possible vulnerabilities that may expose sensitive customer information to hackers.
These "next generation" site seals to be deployed on TulipWorld's site have "point to verify" seamless authentication that provides non-disruptive way for website visitors to access trust credentials. This solution suite includes 3 TrustLogos:
1) HackerGuardian TrustLogo confirming that the site is free of vulnerabilities,
2) Corner of TrustLogo with fixed-position technology to enable end-users to see an eMerchant's business credentials and
3) A credit card TrustLogo confirming the merchant can be trusted with sensitive credit card information.
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