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You can conduct your business a lot more efficiently by using a web store for your B2B sales. Yet, Sana’s B2B E-Commerce Monitor 2015 indicates that only half of the B2B companies actually have a web store. Concerns about B2B e-commerce security appear to be the biggest obstacle when starting with B2B e-commerce.
When a consumer places an order at a web store, you directly reap the benefits when a digital portal is connected to an ERP system. You probably already know this is a more efficient selling method for both the seller and the customer, yet you may have some security and data privacy concerns.
What levels of B2B e-commerce security can you put in place to protect the sensitive ERP information behind your B2B web store?
Sana Commerce’s B2B e-commerce security protects the application and its own source code in five different ways for strong protection against any external threats.
There’s no question that the security of the Internet connection between Sana Commerce and your ERP system has to be secure. In order to do this, it is important to know where the ERP-system is physically located. This varies for each company and is vital for the measures that need to be taken.
If it is located in your company data center, then security is essentially different than it would be if it were in the cloud. If the connection between the Sana Commerce web server and the ERP system run through the Internet, then this connection needs to be more heavily secured. In this case, Sana Commerce implements a chain of security measures, such as firewalls, SSL/TLS and VPN technology, as well as IP-restrictions and a DMZ.
With these measures in place, your customers can place orders without worries, while ensuring your administration is safe – and remains that way.
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